QUESTIONS HEALTH SAVING IN ADULT EDUCATION

Irina Tarkhanova, Oksana Pavlova, Voldemārs Arnis

Abstract


The article actualizes the problem of decreasing of the physical activity of a modern man, describes the results of the research of the adult population with application of the International questionnaire for assessing physical activity (IPAQ). Based on the analysis of the obtained results a model of the education of adults to healthcare issues. Possible ways of socialization and recreation of the adult population through the implementation of educational programs are discussed.

Keywords


continuing education; education of adults; healthcare; physical activity

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17770/sie2016vol3.1466

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