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PUBH.3011: Program Planning in Health Promotion

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Welcome to Program Planning in Health Promotion

This course is the first of a two course series designed to introduce undergraduate public health students studying Community Health and Health Promotion to the concepts and principles underlying the planning principles geared toward promoting health and preventing disease in a variety of settings.

You will learn the fundamentals of the first three stages of program planning—needs assessment, setting goals and objectives, and program development.

Required Text

McKenzie, JF, Neiger BL, and Thackeray R. (2017) Planning, Implementing, and Evaluating Health Promotion Programs. Boston: Pearson Publish