Public health is everyone’s business and the contribution of local authorities, education, social care, families, police, prisons, business and voluntary sectors is now acknowledged as vital.
You'll investigate health projects, experience team working and build your skills in communication, critical reflection community involvement, policy making, and delivering ethical evidence-based practice. The module is mapped against UK Public Health Register and Nursing and Midwifery Council standards.
Key features of the Promoting Public Health - Skills, Perspectives and Practice module at The Open University UK include:
You can apply until:
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More specific aims of the module are to:
This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
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