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This is the first textbook of its kind to offer students an introduction to best practices for using technology in health promotion programs. Integrating detailed case studies and interactive skill-building exercises throughout, this succinct and practical text teaches students to identify the most appropriate technology to meet their goals. 

Ethical Issues in Technology-Based Health Promotion
Ethical issues in technology-based health promotion
What are Unique and Beneficial Ethical Considerations for Technology-Based Health Promotion?

Beneficence is presented in the Belmont Report as “acts of kindness or charity that go beyond strict obligation” (U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1979, Part A, Section 2, para. 1). In this document, beneficence is understood, in ...

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