||Changes affecting community health education practice
||BULL IUAT 1960, 30, 486-493.
The control of TB and its eventual eradication
throughout the world will be slow if clinical and epidemiological
procedures alone are used. However, if the health education process
is added at the administrative level, and sufficient qualified health
education specialists engaged, the eradication may proceed more
rapidly. More people will assume greater responsibility for their
own health protection, local communities will show stronger leadership
for their own health programs and, public health and TB services
will be strengthened. Health education practice has met the demands
of the period since the major change in TB therapy was instituted
|KEYWORDS: HEALTH EDUCATION; USA.