The theoretical order as a means of professionalizing health promotion

Dorota Cianciara,

Maria Piotrowicz

Abstrakt

In Poland, the issue of required preparation and professional status of people working in health promotion (HP) is not specified in detail and existing rules are not transparent. An important aspect of professionalization of the field should be strong embedding in the theoretical framework. Furthermore, the term "theory and evidence-based" used in relation to HP and health education (HE) interventions is getting popularity. This paper is a thematic draft which discusses several issues subjectively assessed as constitutive for the professionalization of the HP field. It presents: professions related to HP; fundamental differences between HP and HE; theoretical forms in HP; the importance of theory in HP; selected theoretical concepts on disease, health and health behaviors. Particular attention was paid to the concepts that were considered the key to understanding the philosophy and specificity of HP and therefore should be the starting point in acquiring essential competences to professional performance.

Słowa kluczowe: promocja zdrowia, edukacja zdrowotna, kompetencje zawodowe, profesjonalizacja, oparcie na teorii i dowodach, health promotion, health education, professional competences, professionalization, theory and evidence-based
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