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- Models of health behaviour
- Health promotion methods
- Targeting individuals, groups & communities
- Strategy/methods mixes
- Resources and Links
- Printable format materials
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Contemporary health promotion practice requires a comprehensive systems-based approach to improve the health of communities and populations. Students will focus on the development of inter-sectoral partnerships and collaborations to create health promoting environments and settings (e.g. communities, schools, workplaces). Emphasis will be on the promotion of equity and empowerment through community development approaches strengthening participation and ownership. Students will also explore the use of culturally appropriate communication methods and behaviour change techniques (including social marketing, media materials, interpersonal skills and group facilitation skills).
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- Literature Review (35%)
- Practical Facilitation (30%)
- Group Intervention (35%)
Textbook information is pending.
Master of Public Health
- Stream - Health Policy and Management
- Stream - Health Promotion
- Stream - Applied Epidemiology and Biostatistics