Risk and prevention education is an important part of health education. Instructors at medical offices and hospitals often work with patients who are recently diagnosed with an illness or disease, helping them understand what causes their symptoms and how potential treatments may help them. For example, diabetes risk and prevention courses may help diabetics and their families learn how to control the disease as well as recognize their own genetic predisposition for developing diabetes.
What is CAEP Accreditation?
CAEP is the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation. NCATE and TEAC merged into CAEP, and as of 2016, CAEP is the top teaching education program accrediting board. CAEP accreditation is widely considered as the top teaching program-specific accreditation.
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