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Public health is considered the science and art of promoting and protecting health and wellbeing, preventing ill-health and prolonging life through the organised efforts of society.A student successfully completing the HNC will experience the following in order to meet the course learning outcomes: a) That they have undertaken the first part of the educational preparation for a career in public health or to work in communities with vulnerable individuals or groups. b) Educational and practical
Public health is considered the science and art of promoting and protecting health and wellbeing, preventing ill-health and prolonging life through the organised efforts of society.
A student successfully completing the HNC will experience the following in order to meet the course learning outcomes: a) That they have undertaken the first part of the educational preparation for a career in public health or to work in communities with vulnerable individuals or groups. b) Educational and practical preparation for effective interpersonal communication and team working. c) An understanding of the complexity and evolving nature of communities and their impact upon Public Health. d) An assessment of the emerging role of public health in contemporary society and the complex methods in which health and well-being is promoted and developed locally, nationally and internationally. e) An appreciation of the importance of valuing diversity through inclusive, anti-discriminatory practice for effective work in communities. f) An understanding of the benefits of partnership working at all levels and the barriers to achieving this collaboration. g) That they have acquired the skills and knowledge as specified on the Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework (2016). h) An awareness of community initiatives through group visits and guest speakers.