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Building Healthy Public Policy

Undergraduate | USA-HLTH2043 | 2024

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Study method
100% online
Assessments
100% online
Enrol by
16 June 2024
Entry requirements
No ATAR needed,
No prior study
Duration
10 weeks
Start dates
8 Jan 2024,
24 June 2024

Price from

$2,200

Upfront cost

$0

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Building Healthy Public Policy

About this subject

  • By the end of this 10-week course, you’ll be able to: 

    1. Explain how organisational, legislative and regulatory structures and service delivery systems influence population health and wellbeing through policy. 
    2. Describe the range of factors that influence health policy development and its implementation. 
    3. Analyse the feasibility of a population level public health policy. 
    4. Explain the principles of economic evaluation to public health programs, and Aboriginal programs, focusing on the allocation of resources relative to need. 
    5. Evaluate population health activities with respect to ethical principles including maleficence, beneficence, equity and justice.

Entry requirements

No entry requirements

Study load

0.125 EFTSL
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