|1.||Define and critically evaluate the key theories and concepts which inform health promotion and locate these within contemporary debates in the field;|
|2.||Interrogate a range of approaches and methods for promoting health and exemplify how they are used in health promotion programs;|
|3.||Critically appraise models of health behaviour and behaviour change;|
|4.||Apply the project management cycle to design a health promotion intervention for a specific community and elucidate theory and evidence to corroborate the selection of strategies and identification of outcomes; and|
|5.||Identify and apply appropriate methods and interpret evidence to inform program evaluation and management.|
|Review||Critical review of health promotion theory (1,000 words)||20%|
|Project||Development of a health promotion Project Plan (4,000 words)||50%|
|Presentation||Three (3) minutes scripted health promotion video related to health promotion project (1,000 words)||30%|
Health, Illness and Wellbeing: Perspectives and social determinants. 1st
Liamputtong, P., Fanany, R., & Verrinder, G. (2012)
South Melbourne, Vic: Oxford University Press
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