Health Education Presentation Video Job # 16040

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Job # 16040 Health Education Presentation Video

Posted Date
Oct 14, 2009 @ 14:00
Respond By
Oct 16, 2009
Word Count
English (North American)
Age Range
Middle Aged

Job Description

Audience will be Healthcare professionals

We need a vibrant and alive voice. Something that has a good fit for education. This is for a presentation video.

Word Count: 508

Millions today around the world are living with chronic conditions. In the US alone, 75% of healthcare costs are related to chronic care.

Everyone is feeling the impact. Healthcare professionals, employers, health insurers and, most importantly, patients.

Patients are being encouraged to adopt healthier behaviors, but traditional education methods don’t make it easy.

Office visits are one-on-one but many people have trouble remembering what the doctor tells them.

When it comes to lecture based learning, printed materials and web-based programs, again, people can only connect with so much information.

People remember:
10% of what they read
20% of what they hear
30% of what they see

To really engage and educate a person, health information must be presented in a way that taps into his or her specific needs and lifestyle.

But how do you create personal, engaging learning experiences for the vast number of people living with chronic conditions?
Conversation Map sessions provide each participant with a small-group learning experience facilitated by trained healthcare professionals.

Conversation Map tools do more then just educate, they engage participants in their own healthcare by creating meaningful and enjoyable discussions about the health issues that matter most to them.

Through these guided experiences, the Conversation Map programs help participants to achieve Personal Health Engagement

The key to changing behavior is Personal Health Engagement®, and it begins with establishing the link between important health information and a person’s own unique experiences. When education aligns with an individual’s lifestyle, preferences and support system, he or she is much more likely to be energized by the learning and apply it to his or her own life. And when learning takes place in face-to-face, intimate settings, people have the opportunity to connect with and be inspired by those who share successes and struggles similar to their own. This learning approach not only educates—it engages.

When individuals achieve Personal Health Engagement, everyone benefits. People are connected in a new way which will help better their lives physically, emotional and financially.

As of November 2009 more than 23,000 healthcare professionals in 68 countries have been trained to facilitate Conversation Map tools with people with diabetes.

In the US, Health systems like Kaiser Permanente have made Conversation Map tools their standard for diabetes self-management delivery and have even asked for a respiratory program. Sharon Hines, the director of Kaiser Permanente mid-atlantic prevention program, says "We believe these tools are a new standard in patient education. We have already seen
increased patient involvement- the sessions are fun and patients clearly look
forward to participating in future classes. In fact, we have seen such positive
indications of success that we are working with Healthy Interactions to
introduce their respiratory tools into our education programs."

Healthy Interactions is currently developing programs for Asthma, Healthy Kids, Parkinson’s CVD and more.

In the coming years, Healthy Interactions will continue to develop sustainable programs that will help shape a new model of healthcare education. With these goals and this vision, Healthy interactions will transform how people view and act towards their personal health.

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