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|1.||Critically analyse the evolution of the health promotion movement as articulated in various health charters of the 20th and 21st Century;|
|2.||Apply relevant knowledge of health promotion principles and frameworks;|
|3.||Determine and analyse the elements of successful health promotion projects and programs; and|
|4.||Critically review and apply key health behaviour models to the practice of health promotion.|
|Presentation||Preliminary presentation of Group Health Promotion Activity (5 minutes)||10%|
|Case Study||Health promotion program analysis Part A and Part B (total 2000 words)||50%|
|Presentation||1. Group Health Promotion Activity, resource and presentation (15 mins/1500 words equivalent) 2. Individual Reflection (250 words)||40%|
Foundations for Health Promotion 4th ed.
Naidoo,J.,Wills, J. (2016)
London: Bailliere Tindal/Elsevier
Promoting health: The primary health care approach 6th ed.
Talbot, L., & Verrinder, G. (2017)
Sydney: Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier
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