HHB2000 - Social Epidemiology
|1.||Identify health priorities through the collection, analysis and interpretation of information on a community or population group;|
|2.||Design a health promotion intervention using theory and evidence to guide selection of strategies and identification of outcomes;|
|3.||Ascertain physical, human and financial resources required to implement a health promotion program; and|
|4.||Develop mechanisms to monitor and evaluate programs for their effectiveness and quality.|
|Assignment||Quizzes/Worksheets on key concepts (x3)||25%|
|Report||Written Report - Health Needs Assessment (1,000 words)||25%|
|Review||Critical review and application of a planning model (1,000 words)||25%|
|Report||Evaluation of program data and written report for Community Partners (1,000 words)||25%|
Planning, Implementation and evaluating health promotion programs: a primer 6th ed.
McKenzie, J., Neiger, B., Thackery, R. (2013)
Foundations for Health Promotion 3rd ed.
Naidoo, J., & Wills, J. (2013)
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