Author(s): Medera HALMATOV, Nilüfer OKUR AKÇAY

World Health Organization defines health as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”. It is known that various factors in childhood, youth, adulthood and in old age appear as factors that affect health. A significant amount of childhood and youth is spent at schools which gives rise to adoption of the school health approach. The objective of this paper is to obtain the views of teachers on health studies carried out in preschool institutions in Agri province. The study group consists of 11 independent preschools and 50 teachers who agreed to take part in the study. The study employs descriptive method. As data collection method, the researches use survey with 20 questions that they developed. According to the findings of the research, health studies carried out in preschool education institutions and available first aid materials are insufficient, and some recommendations are provided in that regard.


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