(Short Course) Strategies and Innovations for developing Health, Mental Health & Wellbeing
- Location Wrexham
Why choose this course?
This exciting and challenging course will provide participants with knowledge and understanding related to new and existing strategies for developing health, mental health and wellbeing at individual, community, national and international levels.
It will explore the evidence-base and practicalities associated with different strategies, as well as encourage participants to think innovatively and creatively in relation to health, mental health and wellbeing improvement and promotion.
Key course features
- Advance your expertise, exchange ideas, and explore the emerging evidence base in an open, questioning and supportive environment.
- Explore how to develop a strategic and innovative approach to public health, mental health and wellbeing.
- Achieve 30 credits at level 7 on completion of the course.
What you will study
- Health promotion models, strategies and interventions: The changing landscape
- Community development: Rationale and approaches
- Co-production: Benefits and pitfalls
- Health education
- Social prescribing
- Brief psychological interventions
- Case studies
- Developing strategies and innovations for the changing word
Entry requirements & applying
To study the course, participants should possess a related first degree or have held, for a minimum of two years, a responsible position which is relevant to the course within the previous five years.
Please email email@example.com log your interest for future course dates.
Teaching & Assessment
Participants will be required to produce a 5,000-word report that provides either of the following:
- A rationale for a new strategy for developing health, mental health and/or wellbeing
- An evaluation of an existing strategy for developing health, mental health and/or wellbeing
Fees & funding
TBC. If you are interested in receiving notification of future dates please email firstname.lastname@example.org log your interest.