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The specialist must know and understand:

1. Holistic concept of health;
2. The public health care system as a component of the Lithuanian national health care system, also its structure and functions;
3. The community’s involvement in order to preserve and enhance the health of the children.
4. The laws of the Republic of Lithuania and other legal acts regulating child care, health protection and enhancement of the World Health Organization and the European Union's strategic planning documents for child and adolescent health and development;
5. The child's developmental, anatomical, physiological, psychological characteristics of physical and social environmental factors impact on the development of the child's body;

6. The child’s health promotion principles and methods;
7. Children’s epidemiology principles of both communicable and non-communicable diseases, main measures of the epidemiological surveillance, prevention principles and methods of the specific diseases;
8. child health indicators;

9. The factors affecting the health of the children;
10. The children's healthy eating principles, the knowledge on how to develop meal plans for the child;

11. Core principles of assessment of the children Environmental Compliance public health protection legislation;

12. The confidentiality requirements of the personal health information;

13. The children's rights and social guarantees;

14. The methods of communication with the community and the key measures.

The specialist must know and be able to:

1. analyze and evaluate the factors affecting the health of children;
2. explain to children, parents and the staff about the health preservation and         enhancement techniques, teach them in practice;
3. choose the appropriate health promotion methods and apply them;
4. the assessment of children's learning environment, under the law governing child care, health and safety of the building;
5. recognize life-threatening conditions, provide first aid;
6. independently and in conjunction with community agencies and other governmental experts, and stakeholders to develop and implement programs in health activities (projects);
7. communicate and collaborate with community’s agencies, work as a team;
8. plan and evaluate their activities, manage business records, prepare reports and recommendations;
9. present their activities and results;
10. the use of information technology.