Health Education Library
Health Education is a critical element of virtually all successful health promotion programs. Our health education library is a free health education resource which contains more than 2,000 free health education handouts, health education posters and other resources.
The health education library is categorized by type of health education resource to make it easy for you to find the information and tools you need. Please select from the following health education resources contained in our health education library:
- ADHD Handouts and Information
- Arthritis Handouts and Guides
- Asthma Care Handbook and Handouts
- Blood Pressure Handouts and Guides
- Cancer and Cancer Prevention – Handouts
- Cancer and Cancer Prevention – Posters
- Cancer and Cancer Prevention – Guides
- Complimentary and Alternative Medicine
- Diabetes Handouts and Resources – Vol. 1
- Diabetes Handouts and Resources – Vol. 2
- Family Health History Toolkit
- Health Education Handouts – Univ. of Maryland
- Health Education Handouts – Utah DOH
- Health Information Websites
- Heart Health Information Guides
- Immunization & Vaccination
- Vaccine Information Statements
- Immunization & Vaccination – Other Languages
- Influenza – Seasonal Flu and H1N1
- Influenza – Seasonal Flu and H1n1 – Vol. 2
- Influenza – Employer Toolkit
- Moms and Infants Guides and Handouts
- Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases
- Parasitic Disease – Zoonotic Disease
- Public Health Concerns
- Prevention – Handwashing and Hand Hygiene
- Prevention – Illness Prevention Handouts
- Prevention – Illness Prevention Posters
- Prevention – Preventive Health Care Handouts
- Sexual Health
- Stroke Care Handbook and Handouts
- Women’s Health Information
- Women’s Health Information – Spanish
- Women’s Health Information – Other Languages
- Your Health and You
- Your Health and You – Spanish
Mental Health Topics
Stress Management Resources
Health Education Library FAQ
Where did you get all this information?
The health education resources contained within the health education library are provided by numerous government, educational and non-profit websites. Every effort is made to correctly note and identify the health education resource provider.
How can I use this information?
The health education library is intended to assist consumers who want to learn more about health education and for professionals that want to educate their clients and/or promote the benefits of health education and physical activity.
Who do I credit for the information I use?
Please credit the proper source for any health education resources you use from within the health education library. You’ll find the source on most library page – but certainly will find it on the actual resource.