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Harnessing health information to foster disadvantaged teens community engagement leadership skills and career plans: a qualitative evaluation of the Teen Health Leadership Program

机译:利用健康信息来培养处境不利的青少年的社区参与领导才能和职业计划:对青少年健康领导力计划的定性评估

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This paper describes a qualitative evaluation of a small-scale program aiming to improve health information literacy, leadership skills, and interest in health careers among high school students in a low-income, primarily minority community. Graduates participated in semi-structured interviews, transcripts of which were coded with a combination of objectives-driven and data-driven categories. The program had a positive impact on the participants' health information competency, leadership skills, academic orientation, and interest in health careers. Program enablers included a supportive network of adults, novel experiences, and strong mentorship. The study suggests that health information can provide a powerful context for enabling disadvantaged students' community engagement and academic success.
机译:本文描述了一个旨在提高健康信息素养,领导技能以及对低收入人群(主要是少数民族社区)的高中生对健康职业的兴趣的小型计划的定性评估。毕业生参加了半结构化面试,其成绩单被编码为目标驱动和数据驱动类别的组合。该计划对参与者的健康信息能力,领导才能,学术取向以及对健康职业的兴趣产生了积极影响。计划推动者包括成年人的支持网络,新颖的经历和强大的指导。研究表明,健康信息可以为弱势学生的社区参与和学业成功提供强大的环境。

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