|1.||Critically examine the principles of community based health prevention; from the individual level, the group level, and to broader community contexts including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities;|
|2.||Exhibit an understanding of the principles of behaviour change in the health context;|
|3.||Conceptualise the effectiveness of health promotion concepts and strategies;|
|4.||Implement an ecological model to explain socio-cultural factors related to health and wellbeing.|
|Report||Interview and Minor Report (1000 words)||30%|
|Report||Major Report (3,000 words)||50%|
|Report||Written reflection on their own learning on the indigenous health topic (indicative 1000 words)||20%|
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