This course will introduce you to contemporary key challenges to gaining a holistic understanding of urban design and planning for health and wellbeing. You will apply theories, concepts and relevant research to design and planning of the environment in a relational sense. Topics such as healthy communities, urban health, food sensitive design, social and economic dimensions, equity in global and local contexts will be explored. You also engage in the acquisition of soft skills that position you as a conscious, self-reflective and empowered agent for transformative change.
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- Sunshine Coast: Semester 2
- Moreton Bay: Semester 2
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- 2.2A:Computing, Built Environment, Other Health
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