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Health Promotion

Foundations of Public Health - Health Promotion

Price: £1000
Venue: City Campus
Date: September 2018
Course Info
This module covers skills such as critical analysis and synthesis, critical reflection and group work as well as a general grounding in public health and health promotion principles, values and theory and disciplinary foundations
Suitable for:
Duration:
12 weeks
Academic Credit:
Yes

Health Communication

Price: £1000
Venue: City Campus
Date: January 2019
Course Info
This module will develop critical evaluation and application of communication principles and related theory in public health, health education and health promotion. Students will develop high level, effective communication skills transferable to public health practice.
Suitable for:
Duration:
12 Weeks
Academic Credit:
Yes

Health Promotion Enquiry

Price: £1000
Venue: City Campus
Date: September 2018
Course Info
This module aims to develop a range of skills underpinning research, evaluation and evidence based practice related to public health and health promotion. The module applies principles of epidemiology and research to the theory and practice of evaluation and evidence. By the end of the module, students will be aware of ontological, epistemological and methodological frameworks and how they relate to research, evaluation and evidence in the public health and health and health promotion arena.
Suitable for:
Duration:
12 Weeks
Academic Credit:
Yes

People, Power and Communities

Price: £1000
Venue: City Campus
Date: September 2018
Course Info
This module will focus on the potential of people and communities to influence their own health and explores the implications for health promotion practice of engaging with communities.
Suitable for:
Duration:
12 Weeks
Academic Credit:
Yes

Policy for Health in the 21st Century

Price: £1000
Venue: City Campus
Date: January 2019
Course Info

This module will investigate the policy process, highlighting the key challenges for health and therefore policy makers, using contemporary issues and topics as a mechanism of engaging interest in the analysis of various aspects of the policy process. Case studies of current issues such as climate change are used to encourage critical thinking about the policy-making process, and consideration of the challenges for them as health promoters working within a variety of policy contexts.

Suitable for:
Duration:
12 Weeks
Academic Credit:
Yes
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