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Pamphletracks in waiting rooms and examrooms; Book shelvesin nursing station for health education standards and curricula; Storagespacefor educationalmaterials and supplies; or VCR on cart and/orin a designatedarea for education.

An adequatesupplyof health educationmaterial that is appropriate for the type of patients seenandrepresentativeof the culture and languagesof the patientpopulation, at or below 6thgrade reading level. Translation/oral interpretation of educationalmaterials for other thresholdlanguagesmustbe availableto CHP membersupon request.For threshold languages,refer to Attachment A, State of California, Departmentof Health ServicesThreshold Languages.

Health educationservices(e.g., one-on-one education, group classes, support group sessions,educationalliterature/material) must include, but is not limited to the following topics mandatedby SDHS:

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    Nutrition

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    Tobacco Preventionand Cessation

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    ffiV/Sm Prevention

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    FamilyPlanning

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    Exercise

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Perinatal Asthma Age Specific Anticipatory Guidance Injury Prevention Immunizations

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Diabetes -Hypertension

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    Tuberculosis

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    Stress/depression

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    Obesity

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    SubstanceAbuse

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    Breastfeeeding

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    Inpatient Condition Specific

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    Other Outpatient Issues

Implementationof an individual health educationbehavioral assessmentusing the "Staying Healthy" Health Education Assessment Tool, within 120 daysof enrollment. Re-implementation of the assessmenttool at the appropriate age-intervalsutilized by the

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