TM5570 - Health Promotion Research and Evaluation
|Student Contribution Band:
||College of Public Health, Medical & Vet Sciences
This subject will introduce students to the role of research and evaluation in health
promotion and will develop student skills in undertaking health promotion research
and program evaluation. Students will be introduced to the key concepts, approaches
and methods that can be used to facilitate health promotion research and evaluation.
The subject will also develop students' skills in understanding and assessing the
quality of published health promotion research.
- Describe the role of research and evaluation within health promotion;
- Describe the difference between formative, process, impact and outcome evaluation;
- Choose appropriate evaluation designs and research methods for health promotion program
- Describe and select appropriate qualitative and quantitative measuring instruments
used in evaluation;
- Develop an evaluation plan for a health promotion program;
- Prepare evaluation reports;
- Describe ethical considerations in health promotion research and evaluation;
- Describe protocols to be followed when conducting research and evaluation with Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islander groups;
- Identify means of interpreting results and determining program effectiveness;
- Assess the value of continuing a health promotion program; and describe strategies
to increase the likelihood of sustaining successful health promotion programs..
Study Period 2
|Census Date 27-Aug-2015
||Ms Tammy Allen.
|Method of Delivery:
||WWW - LearnJCU
||assignments (85%); discussion board (15%).
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