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Health education in schools, is newly, a hot topic in Croatia.

Analysis of the responses to health education in schools showed that The survey was conducted in June Health education work is integrated into her every day work, regardless of the fact zdravstvengo she works at the primary, secondary or tertiary level of health care. Medicinska sestra je aktivan nositelj zdravstvenog odgoja u praksi. Nurse is an active holder of health education in practice.

When they were asked about the level of education for nurses, needed to conduct health education in schools, Most nurses see themselves as a permanent external collaborator in the program The largest percentage The results show that only 3. Skip to main content.

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Nurse acquires knowledge and skills for the work during her regular secondary education, as well as during higher levels of education and training. In second place Therefore, the study was conducted among students of first and second year of Undergraduate study of nursing at the University of Zagreb – School of medicine in order to 1 examine their satisfaction with the current state of health odgoj in schools and opinions on the work of experts who were involved in dzravstvenog ways of its implementation, and 2 explore attitudes about the role of nurses in the implementation of health education in schools.

Therefore, it is necessary to continue research in this area to address the question of how and in which ways should nurses with different experiences in clinical and non-clinical practice be involved in health education in schools. Instrument in the survey was anonymous questionnaire, prepared in accordance with previous similar surveys, and adjusted to the goals of this research.


The studies that were previously conducted in Croatia, pointed to the different opinions of teachers, students, parents and health professionals on the need for its introduction as an integrated or stand-alone subject, and offered a diversity of opinions on who should hold and teach it.

The research has shown that the most nurses have a positive attitude towards their role in the implementation of health education in schools and that they should be included in current and future programs.