Health education on speech-language pathology and audiology in public schools

Wanderléia Quinhoneiro Blasca, Daniela Dias Gomide, Izabel Cristina Rossi Landro, Maria Thereza Raab Forastieri Piccino, Luciana Paula Maximino

Abstract


The present study analyzes data on the training of students from 9 public schools carried out by the Young Doctor Project. In this project, youngsters from Primary and Secondary Education are educated about different health topics and submitted to an evaluation tool to measure the program. This article sought to demonstrate the essential educational character of Health Education Programs in schools, after its mandatory as a transversal theme. Therefore, the analysis was limited to topics in the area of speech therapy and work developed in such a course in the city of Bauru.

Keywords


Health Education; Community Development; Speech Therapy



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17267/2594-7907ijhe.v2i1.1924

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