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Health Promotion/Education Unit

The programs in Health Promotion/Education endeavor to establish scientifically-sound rehabilitation research and evaluation that improve the quality of services at the City. We also develop strong relationships with other rehab institutions and organizations from the local to the international level, as well as with relevant departments and units at the City. All of our activities operate together toward developing a sound, reliable, and reputable model team for a superior quality rehabilitation education program.

MISSION

To provide health education programs to patients, families and the public in order to promote their health and quality of life through education, training and research.

VISION

Achievement of a healthy lifestyle among all community members so as to reduce medical utilization and cost, to improve quality of life, and to enhance productivity 

Dr. Sayed Arifi 
Health Promotion Supervisor
Extension : 5620000 ext. 1136
smohammed@sbahc.org.sa

Mariam Hamdan Al Ghamdi 
Health Educator
Extension : 5620000 ext. 4012
maghamdi@sbahc.org.sa


Rawabi Bandar Al Senan 
Health Educator
Extension : 5620000 ext. 4334
rsenan@sbahc.org.sa

Bushra Mohammed AlKaf
Health Educator
Extension : 5620000 ext. 4044
bkaf@sbahc.org.sa

 


PROGRAMS

  • PATIENT EDUCATION

Patient educators encourage patients and families to participate in their own healthcare through informed choice. We strive to help them make a smooth emotional transition and to increase their involvement with relevant community health services. The process begins by giving them the opportunity to participate in creating an individualized program. We then offer information through:

One-to-One Teaching Program
Support Groups Program
Group Educational Sessions Program

   One-to-One Teaching Program

This program helps the patient adjust to his/her new lifestyle by communicating thoughts and feelings with a knowledgeable staff member. During this interaction, a health educator visits the patient and considers his/her health circumstances, and provides health information to meet the patient’s individual needs.

  Support Group Program

Our commitment to patients and their families extends beyond the walls of our facilities. That’s why we developed rehabilitation support groups to provide a confidential and comforting environment for sharing personal experiences, obtaining helpful information, and listening to the ideas and experiences of those with similar health conditions. In these support groups, rehabilitation patients continue to learn and grow as active participants in their home communities with the ongoing support of their peers

  Group Educational Sessions Program

In these educational sessions, we work with a group of patients all diagnosed with the same health condition. By encouraging them and their families to actively participate in knowledge sharing and to evaluate what they have learned, we swiftly raise awareness among all involved.

  • COMMUNITY EDUCATION

Everyone has the right to sound health and empowering education. In uniting these issues, public health education programs aim to help lower the incidence of disease and improve quality of life among the general population. While we strive primarily to gain support for the differently-abled, and to prevent the increasing need for rehabilitation services, we also include common health topics among our presentations. This enables us to reach a wide audience of people with different educational backgrounds, interests, and needs. We work with school programs, participate in international days and special occasions, and hold symposiums.

In order to reach the public we have employed various methods and programs:

• School Health Promotion/Education Program

• International Days & Special Events

• Educational Support Services

School Health Promotion/Education Program

The school program is meant to reduce the risk and incidence of physical disability along with other health problems.

Goals

  1. View health as more than absence of disease
  2. Utilize all educational opportunities for health, formal and informal, traditional and alternative,  inside and outside the school.
  3. Harmonize all health messages
  4. Empower students to act for healthy living and to promote conditions supportive of health.
  5. Foster interaction between schools, the community, parents, and local services.
  6. Ensure a healthy environment at school

Some Teaching Methods In Such Programs

1. Workshops

2. Educational games

3. Peer education

4. Demonstration and trials

5. Role play 6. Lectures

International Days & Special Events

Goals

  1. Reach a large number of people initiate a good relationship.
  2. Increase public awareness about different health issues and the best prevention methods
  3. Promote certain health aspects, such as early detection of problem.
  4. Emphasize accurate information and correct misconceptions held by the general public
  5. Help assessing the public needs
  6. Acquire feedback on current and previous healthcare issues.

Educational Support Services

Educational materials

One of the best known ways to reach a variety of target groups is through educational materials, which serve well when joined with other educational methods such as lectures or one-to-one counseling.

Goals

  • Aid different educational activities inside and outside the City, and promote the health of individuals.

  •  Make available materials that reach people of all levels of understanding and interest.

  • Increase knowledge about health topics.

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