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Health Educators

Work Environment

Health educators typically work in comfortable offices, and have access to computer and office technology. At a health care facility, they may meet one-on-one with patients or also with their families to educate them about care issues, explain insurance policies, and direct them to health social service agencies that can provide additional assistance. Other health educators travel to local communities to give presentations to large groups or disseminate information via other methods.

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