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Global Public Health  (NRT058)

This module offers a critical exploration of public health in the UK whilst inviting students to compare and contrast other countries’ responses to the health challenges of the 21st century. The module equips practitioners with the knowledge and skills to search for the health needs of populations, communities, families and individuals; to stimulate awareness of those needs amongst health care providers and users; to influence and respond to health policy that tackles those needs and creatively plan and deliver health enhancing activities (Cowley &Frost 2006).

As the module is taught on a shared learning principle, in conjunction with the Specialist Community Practice Health Nurse students, there is an additional element to your learning and development in that through linking with those whose full time role is within Primary Care you will be introduced to the culture and experiences that the SCPHN students bring to the module.

Module content:

  • Theories and perspectives of public health
  • Epidemiology
  • Health inequalities
  • Policy
  • Health promotion
  • Psychological theory
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Community development

Assessment:

5,000 word theory assignment

Module leader

Mrs Lorraine Joomun

Position:Lecturer: Primary Care and Public Health Nursing
Ms Lorraine Joomun
Telephone: +44 (029) 2091 7819Extension: 7819

 

Venue: 

Eastgate House, Newport Road, Cardiff

Module Dates 2014-2015

This module will run on Mondays and Tuesdays and the entire module will run once a year, dates as follows (some self-directed study days are included and you may opt out of some study days in discussion with the module leader):

February 2015 module
2 February 2015
3 February
9 February
10 February
16 February
17 February
23 February
24 February
2 March
3 March
9 March
10 March
16 March
17 March
23 March
24 March
13 April
14 April
20 April
21 April

Module code - NRT058

Credits - 30

Level - 7