PUBH7034 – Health Promotion in Public Health
This course is designed to introduce students to the history, principles, central concepts and theories of health promotion in the context of public health to gain an understanding of how to identify health promotion priorities and strategies across the disease prevention continuum from local to global.
Frameworks for health promotion action will be presented so that students understand the scope of health promotion along with basic theories of communication and the role communication skills play in health promotion action. More information about this course and enrolment procedure can be found here
PUBH7035 – Health Promotion Planning
This course is designed to equip students will the skills to critically appraise evidence and understand how to set priorities for health promotion actions for disease prevention. Students will be introduced to the processes, frameworks and tools that are fundamental in the development and planning of health promotion.
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PUBH7036 – Health Promotion Implementation and Evaluation
This course is designed to introduce students to frameworks and tools for evaluation in health promotion. Students will gain the skills to develop comprehensive evaluation plans that facilitate the evidence needed to inform sustainable health promotion actions. More information about this course and enrolment procedure can be found here