MS MARDIANA At the end of the course , you will be able 1. Explain the need for health promotion initiatives in practice. 2. Analyse and apply a variety of approaches used to promote health, encompass wider ethical, philosophical and cultural issues in the implementation of health promotion. 3. Critically evaluate and reflect upon a range of strategies in the delivery of health promotion activities. 4. Critique and apply research findings relating to health promotion. Course Introduction / Overview What is health? Dimensions of health Philosophy of health. Health education versus HP Implications of social determinants and health Attitudes, beliefs and behaviours affecting health Approaches to HP Beattie model of HP Inequalities in health – socio-political issues Ethical issues in HP Lecture Discussion Role play Case study / interactive activities Debate Data presentation – video / other mass media on health This course has THREE SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENTS. 1. Summative Assessment 1 – 500 word short essay (15%): 2. Summative Assessment 2 – Oral Presentation (15%) 3. Summative Assessment 3 – 2000 word essay (70%) SUBMITTED ONLINE IN MOODLE ON WEEK /SEMINAR – BEFORE/BY 12NOON MALAYSIA TIME ON 28.6.19 Identifying two models of health promotion and their relevance to the students’ own practice Identify two health promotion models. Critically analyse the keys differences within the two models. Evaluate the relevance of these models to professional practice. PRESENTED IN CLASS ON WEEK /SEMINAR 4 – 6.7.2019 Oral presentation of a leaflet/ resource produced in relation to a health promotion topic Identify the chosen health promotion topic and the rationale for choice. Content of the leaflet/ resources on health promotion topic (is it explained clearly). Supporting evidence/ relevance to professional practice SUBMITTED ONLINE IN MOODLE ON WEEK (2 WEEKS AFTER SEMINAR 5 ) – BEFORE/BY 12NOON MALAYSIA TIME ON 2.8.2019 Critically evaluate the strategies required to deliver the health promotion initiative. Identify a health promotion initiative according to your specialism /interest. Explore the wider issues, including ethical implications and cultural factors relevant to health promotion in relation to your chosen initiative. Apply the health promotion model and critically analyse the strategies required to deliver the health promotion initiatives. Students will receive a zero mark in the following circumstances: Complete failure to meet the agreed specification for the presentation. or Non-attendance at a presentation, unless the student has submitted an extenuating circumstances claim which is subsequently upheld. Late arrival at a presentation (more than 10 minutes late), unless the student has submitted an extenuating circumstances claim which is subsequently upheld. Additionally, the following penalties will apply: Marks will be deducted for breaches of confidentiality or anonymity (except where specifically permitted in the course handbook) and a significant breach may result in a fail grade. Late Work: Coursework submitted up to 10 working days after the submission date set for the course will be accepted and marked and if it meets the criteria for a ‘pass’, the mark will be capped at 40%. The feedback will reflect what the grade would have been had it been submitted on time. Additionally, the following penalties will apply: Work that is in excess of 10% of the word limit will receive a maximum mark of 40%; marks will be deducted for breaches of confidentiality or anonymity (except where specifically permitted in the course handbook) and a significant breach may result in a fail grade; coursework submitted without a Reference List will receive a maximum mark of 40%. The student may submit extenuating circumstances for work submitted within 10 days of the submission date. If extenuating circumstances are subsequently upheld the student will receive a mark within the appropriate banding for the standard of the work. Work submitted after 10 days of the submission date will not receive a mark. Electronic Submission of Coursework – Information for Students Work will be submitted electronically via Moodle. This is a straightforward procedure and clear instructions will be provided All work submitted electronically will be submitted automatically to ‘Turnitin’, an online service that compares your work with a database of journal articles, books and websites and previously submitted work and will identify the similarities between the database and your work. ‘Turnitin’ is often referred to as a plagiarism detection service. Turnitin’ produces an ‘Originality Report’, which is a summary of the match between your work and other work within the ‘Turnitin’ database. A high level of match within the ‘Originality Report’ is not necessarily an indication that your work has been plagiarised. This judgement will be made, following full scrutiny of your work. As part of your feedback on your coursework, you will be able to access a copy of the ‘Originality Report’ for your work. It is important that you avoid plagiarism in the first instance and you may find it helpful to refer to the ‘Academic Conduct’ Channel, which can be accessed via the Student Portal You can access this link all year round and for ALL courses to check your work against published, work, the internet & other student submissions. You can submit to this link once every 24 hours. You do not have to use this; it is a choice if you want to check. Each course section is like ‘mini moodle’. Inside you will find a number of submission links for summative assessments 1 & 3 (that are submitted online). Each link is labelled with the cohort number and the submission dates. You must not try to submit elsewhere as this will give a very high turnitin match. The link opens 2 weeks prior to the submission date & you can override your submission once every 24 hours up to the submission date/ time. (All submissions should be made before 12Noon Malaysia Time - 5am UK time). Turnitin matches will not show until the due date. You should be attached to the programme moodle for the whole programme (Unless you interrupt) – Please check you can always see it. The only access issue that you might now encounter is likely to be to the portal itself, due to forgotten passwords or forgetting to change your password after the required time. It is your responsibility to regularly access the portal so you remember your password and see any notifications about changing passwords. You must definitely check your access 2 weeks prior to submission to ensure you have access & can see the submission links. The University of Greenwich WILL NOT be able to make any allowances for students who leave it late to check access & miss the submission deadline. If your work is submitted late (but within 10 working days) it will be marked but the penalty is that (should it pass) the grade will be ‘capped’ at 40%. Any inquires please refer back to your course handbook.