Individual Determinants of Health
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- 29 Nov 2021
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- explore aspects of human behaviour across the lifespan from a psychosocial perspective through the study of fundamental psychological theories and concepts (health);
- apply psychological theories and concepts of human behaviour across the lifespan to real-world settings;
- examine the concept of reflection on practice and apply this to professional and individual development.
- Learning Principles
- Human Development
- Psychological Disorders
- Health-risk Behaviours
- Behaviour Change
- Social Psychology
You should not enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
- Other requirements -
This subject is offered via Open Universities Australia. La Trobe University students can undertake this subject as part of a cross institutional enrolment under certain circumstances, and must seek approval from the Bachelor of Food and Nutrition course coordinator for eligibility. Due to the nature of the subject content and online delivery, enrolments are generally not permitted past the published OUA enrolment date for the study period.
Note: Students should only enrol in this subject if studying toward the Undergraduate Certificate of Food and Nutrition. Students studying toward the Bachelor of Food and Nutrition should enrol in PHE102.
In this subject students will develop the foundation knowledge for working with individuals in health and human services settings. Students will learn how particular characteristics and actions of an individual impact on health and welfare outcomes. Students will be: (i) presented with frameworks, including a developmental perspective, for understanding how the characteristics and actions of individuals impact on health outcomes; (ii) provided with foundation knowledge for understanding how individuals present in, and progress through, health settings; and (iii) review theoretical approaches to producing individual change in health and well-being settings.
- Case report (1000 words equiv) (20%)
- 700 word written reflection (15%)
- 3 x 25mins Mastery Quizzes (45%)
- Written assignment (1500 words equiv) (20%)
Current study term: 29 Aug 21 to 28 Nov 21
Next study term: 28 Nov 21 to 27 Feb 22
Textbook information is pending.