Strategies to Promote the Health of Individuals
In Australia, we're well educated about health risks yet our government spends millions each year treating preventable diseases. This programme provides a detailed overview of health promotion in today's society. The Ottawa Charter Framework for health promotion is explored as a contributing factor to improved health outcomes for various groups in Australia. Each chapter provides a unique perspective of how to improve the health of individuals, as well as preventative measures such as immunisation and cancer screening. The programme's practical approach looks at how the strategies are implemented, the target audience and the impact it has in individual behaviour and outcomes. This programme has been endorsed by APEC number 120903432 as authorised by Royal College of Nursing, Australia according to approved criteria. It carries a maximum of 2.5 CNE points across 2 sets of activities. Units of Competency: This programme relates to Units of Competency in Certificate III and IV in Aged Care, Diploma of Nursing and Advanced Diploma of Nursing. NSQHS Standards: This programme relates to one or more criteria in the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) standards.
Production Year: 2010
Duration: 26 min
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