Health Promotion A (NURS 2103)
Health promotion by definition includes: health enhancement, health protection, disease prevention, health restoration/recovery, care, and support. Health promotion is the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve, their health. It moves beyond a focus on individual behaviour towards a wide range of social and environmental interventions. (WHO, 2010 ). This course introduces the learner to the concepts of health promotion, discusses the determinants of health, health inequities and develops a beginning knowledge of normal growth and development.
Pre-requisities: Entry into the Access to Practical Nursing Program
Co-requisites: Professional Communication A (NURS 2101); Professional Practice A (NURS 2102); Variations in Health A (NURS 2104); Pharmacology A (NURS 2105); Integrated Nursing Practice A (NURS 2106)
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