Teaching Methods of First Aid Knowledge in Schools
AbstractFor Romanian society and the education system after 1990, Health Education has a special relevance, especially on increasing health, increasing the quality of life, reducing some risk factors that lead to diseases, etc. From a public perspective, health is, due to its huge individual, but also social and demographic implications, one of the most relevant elements of government policies and strategies around the world. In the Romanian education system, teaching of first aid notions is of particular relevance, especially given that students / students from postgraduate courses urge qualified staff to organize such courses / activities. The paper presents the results of an opinion poll conducted among the students in the gymnasium cycle on the knowledge to be included in the Health Education discipline, but also the results of a questionnaire administered to the teachers, to doctors of some specialties (school doctors, specialists in medical emergencies, anesthesiology-intensive care physicians) who teach this discipline or who are involved in practicing practical activities with students. The school, through its moral authority, can make a substantial contribution to the transmission of this knowledge of student health education (with a strong emphasis on first aid) and has the ability to encompass and address, over time, to a high percentage of the population.
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