This unit draws on the World Health Organization's Primary Health Care approach as outlined in the Alma Ata Declaration (1978), The Ottawa Charter (1986) and the Millennium Development Goals. The subject title Health Care Where People Live and Work is part of the WHO definition of Primary Health Care and is explored literally and figuratively. The unit aims to use our own health experiences and behaviours to provide the basis for enhancing understanding(s) of health concepts for integration into health promoting activities and professional practice.
|Unit name||Health Care Where People Live and Work|
|Faculty/School||Faculty of Health and Medicine
School of Health Science
|Available as student elective?||No|
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50 minute lecture, One 50 minute tutorial each week (100 minute workshops in week 7 and 10). Tutorials commence in week 1 of semester.
2x Online Quizzes 10% (5% each) Health Promotion Project (40%) Written assignment 1200 words (50%)
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