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Milken Institute School of Public Health
Public Health (PUBH)
Principles of Health Education and Health Promotion
Principles/HlthEd&Hlth Promotn
Fall 2016
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PUBH 1101


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Social and behavioral theories underlying health promotion program development and evaluation. Practical applications in a variety of domestic and global public health settings. PUBH 1101 may be taken as a corequisite.
Course Objective – Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:
• List and explain important heath Education initiatives, i.e. Healthy People 2020.

• Discuss the role evaluation plays in health education/promotion and demonstrate an understanding of the different types of evaluation procedures employed by health educators.
• Demonstrate an understanding of how to obtain and utilize measures of community health needs in class presentations
• Identify conceptual foundations relevant to health promotion.
• Describe and apply the various individual and group health behavioral theories/framework.
• Describe ethical issues of concern to the profession of health education and promotion.
• Articulate the factors that affect health and well-being
• Identify and recognize the value of community, state, federal and non-profit health and education agencies.
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