Minor in Health Studies - Community Health Promotion Strategies HPRO 3397   Community Health Promotion Strategies
This course provides students with an overview of the broad range of community health promotion strategies used to enhance and encourage health in diverse populations. This course examines issues related to designing effective community health promotion strategies, including healthy community policies, social marketing, health advocacy, health communication, health literacy, and health-related theories and models. Students will complete a community Health Promotion Strategies Project to gain in depth knowledge about developing and refining a theory-driven, community-based health promotion strategy aimed at enhancing the health of a particular community.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: HPRO 1195.03/HEED 1195.03, HPRO 2361.03/HEED 2361.03
RESTRICTIONS: Restricted to School of Health and Human Performance students; others by permission of instructor with priority to Health Professions students