In this course, you will develop specialised knowledge and skills in creating health-promoting settings of everyday life in the neighbourhoods and communities where people live, love, work, shop and play. You will learn about the role of healthy public policy, how to apply theories of the policy process, and use advocacy strategies to gain political commitment, policy support, social acceptance and systems support to create health and well-being and address inequities and inequalities.
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- Semester of offer Subject to change
- Online: Semester 2
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- Band 2A
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- 2.2A: Computing, Built Environment, Other Health
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