|1.||Conceptually map approaches for community engagement and cultural considerations in health promotion actions with focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities;|
|2.||Critically analyse theoretical knowledge for contemporary and sustainable health promotion strategies;|
|3.||Compose socio- ecological approaches to disease and injury prevention and health promotion interventions locally, nationally and globally;|
|4.||Evaluate health promotion programs using recognised methodologies and use findings to review and improve health promotion efforts; and|
|5.||Propose innovative and sustainable health promotion programs to address health priority areas.|
|Assignment||Conceptual map of community engagement plan (500 words)||10%|
|Report||Critical analysis of health promotion strategy (2,500 words)||50%|
|Presentation||Socio-ecological health promotion guide (2,000 words)||40%|
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