Connecting Youth to Quality Health Information Toolkit

This announcement was posted on the BHIC Blog.
A resource from the Center for Public Health Nutrition at University of Washington.  It’s an interactive lesson plan for school health personnel, educators, and librarians called “Connecting Youth to Quality Health Information.”

It aims to increase high school students’ capabilities to access and evaluate quality health information on the Internet. The lesson plan promotes MedlinePlus  as a recognized resource, and addresses state and national health education standards. In-class activities, handouts, and a homework assignment are included in the lesson plan, which is freely available for use and dissemination.

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