Public Health Protection and Disease Intervention 391CPDCoventry University
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- Vocational qualification
- Scarborough (Inghilterra)
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Skills and Training
Skills and Training
This module aims to provide students with an understanding of the concept of health protection and to introduce them to the various organisations that are involved in protecting public health. Students will have the opportunity to study the basic biology, prevalence, surveillance, monitoring and control of a range of non-infectious diseases. Furthermore, students will be shown case studies of intervention applied to common non-infectious and infectious diseases, which will help them to develop their disease risk assessment and intervention planning skills.WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
This module provides students with the exciting opportunity to develop their understanding of the different techniques used for public health protection and disease intervention in order to be able to engage in a variety of interventions and approaches to protecting public health within the practice of their own profession/speciality.
This module also gives students the opportunity to develop their knowledge on public health issues and priorities, which may contribute to the expansion of their range of employment opportunities.
Visit our Coventry Health Psychology blog.WHAT WILL I LEARN?
- How to evaluate infectious and non-infectious diseases.
- The trends in relation to infectious and non-infectious diseases.
- Surveillance and monitoring of infectious and non-infectious diseases.
- How to evaluate current control measures in relation to infectious and non-infectious diseases.
This module will be delivered through a combination of directed and self-directed activity.HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?
Coursework 1: 2000 word essay (50% of module mark)
Coursework 2: 60 minute test (50% of module mark)TEACHING CONTACT HOURS
Guided student activity – 30 hours
Self-guided student activity – 170 hours
Total activity – 200 hours"