Expected learning outcomes
The course shall help the students develop a reflective understanding on how theories of health promotion and care, focusing especially on groups at risk, can be applied in practical action in local communities. The course shall help the students develop insight into action-oriented health promotion methods and strategies. Based on this the students shall develop the ability to assess and chose appropriate methods and the ability to plan, lead, organize and evaluate local health promotion projects.
Perspectives on the production of knowledge in practice.
- Methods and strategies within project leadership and health governance
- Action research
- Models of resource mobilization
- Methods of evaluation and quality development for health and social service
- Involvement and participation, group work, network approaches, supervison and counseling, interdisilinary and cross-sectorial cooperation
Teaching Methods (additional text)
nett supported learning, gatherings, seminars
Form(s) of Assessment
Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)
Written, individual, take-home-test including the development of a project plan.