In this course, you will develop specialised knowledge and skills to navigate policymaking environments that influence health equity outcomes, including the role of political ideologies, evidence, power and privilege. You will learn about the role of healthy public policy, 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 health equity.
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- Online: Semester 2
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- 2.2A:Computing, Built Environment, Other Health
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