A health instructor is being interviewed for a job as a faculty member.
1. A health instructor is being interviewed for a job as a faculty member. The students seem to really like the candidate and the faculty and staff at the school are ready to offer them the job. After the final interview, the candidate is seen leaving the school and getting into their car. Just before they drive off, the candidate lights up a cigarette and is seen by two people on the interview committee. Should this person still be considered for the position? 2) Should a health educator be a role model for health behaviors? 3) Should students in Health Education preparation programs be held accountable for their behaviors?