HFB1110 - Foundations of Professional Paramedic Practice
HHB1104 - Introduction to Public Health and Wellness
HHB1204 - Australian Health and Social Care Systems and Policy
|1.||Understand the historical framework for social epidemiology;|
|2.||Identify the common key social determinants that contribute to states of health;|
|3.||Advise the connections between social inequalities and health inequalities;|
|4.||Evaluate health behaviours and their contributions to overall health.|
|Assignment||Three (3) Worksheets (1500 words total)||30%|
|Project||Interview and Group presentation (2000 words and 10mins presentation)||50%|
|Test||Test (1 hour)||20%|
Social Epidemiology 2nd ed.
Berkman,L.F., Kawachi,I. & Glymour,M. (2014)
New York, Oxford University Press
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