Please contact the subject coordinator via email as this is the most efficient way to receive a response, I endavour to reply within 48 hours. I am also happy to meet with you if you need further assistance – please send me an email to arrange an appointment. Teaching staff Assessor Bernard Saliba Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject description Students undertaking this subject establish an expanded knowledge base in the theory and processes of health promotion, which can be applied in a range of settings in both the health sector and the wider community. These include pedagogical approaches to behavioural change, social learning and communication frameworks. The subject provides students with useful frameworks to plan and evaluate health education programs in their workplace and beyond. Subject learning objectives (SLOs) Upon successful completion of this subject students should be able to: A. Describe and critique the key theories and principles including pedagogical approaches to health promotion B. Discuss the scientific, social, cultural and economic bases of health promotion, as well as the political and ethical issues that affect health promotion activities C. Critically assess research evidence and policy priorities as they pertain to quality health promotion D. Appropriately apply the theories, frameworks including pedagogical approaches used in the health education of patients of all ages and their families E. Analyse and synthesise appropriate strategies and approaches for developing and evaluating individual, community and media levels of health promotion Course area UTS: Health Delivery Autumn 2018; block mode; City Credit points 6cp Result type Grade and marks 23/02/2018 (Autumn 2018) © University of Technology Sydney Page 1 of 9 Course intended learning outcomes (CILOs) This subject also contributes specifically to the following graduate attributes: Demonstrate reflective critical thinking to enable critical appraisal of current practice, policy and research with the aim to enhance health care and health care outcomes, and transform health (1.0) Are effective, collaborative and responsive health professionals and potential leaders in a particular health field (2.0) Communicate effectively and appropriately in challenging, complex and diverse situations (4.0) Embody the international standard of professional qualities appropriate to the scope of their role in regional, national and global health (5.0) Contribution to the development of graduate attributes 1. Demonstrate reflective critical thinking to enable critical appraisal of current practice, policy and research with the aim to enhance health care and health care outcomes, and transform health (CRITICAL THINKING) 3. Are socially, culturally and ethically accountable when engaging with individuals, families, interdisciplinary teams, communities, organisations and jurisdictions) (ACCOUNTABILITY)
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