Health Promotion and Education in Practice (SNM609)
Who is it for?
Health promotion and education is a part of most health care professionals role and so this module is likely to be of value to practitioners across a wide range of settings.
Overview of content:
What is it about?
This module aims to enable practitioners to critically appraise their role in health education and promotion by analysing the theoretical and conceptual aspects of health promotion and relating this to their practice. It enables practitioners to explore the health promotion and education aspect of their clinical practice. It looks at the theoretical base for health promotion and analyses the models and concepts of health promotion and education - including individual, social and population level activity. It also enables students to explore the related sociological and psychological elements of health behaviour and critically assess the manner in which these may be applied to individual clients or specific target groups. The impact of health policy and epidemiology upon health promotion and education is also critically explored.
How does it enhance practice?
By completing this module participants will be able to:
Mode of Assessment:
A 3000 word assignment that enables the student to demonstrate their learning for this unit. The assignment asks for the student to draw on key concepts covered in the learning materials and provide a critical analysis of a health promotion programme of their choice.
15 credits at level 7
12 week course – Online – distance learning
Upcoming Start Dates:
To Be Confirmed