This assessment is aimed at developing student’s ability to evaluate and assess public health interventions by applying their knowledge of key health promotion principles and theories. The assessment will develop cognitive and critical thinking skills essential for a career in public health. Critical analysis skills are valuable tool for public health students to develop the ability to evaluate, critique and evolve the quality of public health programs and improve outcomes for the communities they are applied. Program evaluation answers questions about an intervention’s effectiveness, relevance to the target community and potential for improvement.
By prescribing this assessment, students will develop their academic writing, researching and referencing skills as well as their ability to effectively summarise information. This assessment allows students to broaden their own understanding community based public health programs through research and application of critical analysis skills.
In this assessment you are required to review an existing community-based health promotion program provided by your Learning Facilitator. Students are required to using critical thinking skills develop a report demonstrating your ability to apply theory into practice. Your report should be 1500 words (+/- 10%) in length. Use at least 10 of good quality, credible and relevant research sources to support and develop ideas.
given program context. Explain the importance and significance of this health promotion program in the target population. Use credible evidence to support your point of view.
It is compulsory to use the assessment template of assessment 1
All figures and tables added in your assignment should be relevant and be discussed in the text body. Any figures and tables derived from other works must be presented with citation using APA 7th style
Submit this task via the Assessment task 1 link in the Assessment area in PUBH6206: Health Promotion and Community Health. The Learning Facilitator will provide feedback via theGrade Centre in the LMS portal. Feedback can be viewed in My Grades.