Credits Min: 3
Credits Max: 3
This course is the second in a two course series designed to introduce undergraduate Public Health students studying Community Health and Health Promotion to the concepts and principles surrounding implementation and evaluation of programs geared toward promoting health and preventing disease in a variety of settings. This course emphasizes practical utility of the concepts as they relate to the students' future health education/promotion professional activities. The foundation of the course will be the skills necessary to develop an implementation and evaluation strategy for a planned health promotion initiative, taking into consideration the phases of implementation and evaluation, ethical considerations, and resources and skills required to implement and evaluate a successful health promotion program.
PUBH.3011 Program Planning in Health Promotion.
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