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Mental Health and Wellbeing

Undergraduate | TAS-ZAC207 | 2024

Explore the biological, psychological, and social factors that shape people’s overall mental health. You’ll delve into the services and policies that support mental health in the community. Consider the impacts of mental ill-health on people and society.

Study method
100% online
100% online
Entry requirements
No ATAR needed,
No prior study
14 weeks
Start dates
26 Feb 2024

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Mental Health and Wellbeing

About this subject

  • Upon completion of this subject, the student should be able to:

    1. Describe the bio-psycho-social and relational foundations of mental health.
    2. Evaluate and communicate the personal, social, and safety impacts of mental health and mental ill-health.
    3. Analyse contemporary mental health policies, principles and service models.
    4. Apply evidence-based concepts, skills and models to mental health service planning and delivery.

Entry requirements

No entry requirements

Additional requirements

  • Other requirements - Teaching Arrangement: 2 x 1.5-hour online Tutorials and 1 x 4-hour online Workshop per semester.

Study load

0.125 EFTSL
This is in the range of 10 to 12 hours of study each week.

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