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Ffch 6013 health promotion and disease prevention module
Ffch 6013 health promotion and disease prevention module
Ffch 6013 health promotion and disease prevention module
Ffch 6013 health promotion and disease prevention module
Ffch 6013 health promotion and disease prevention module
Ffch 6013 health promotion and disease prevention module
Ffch 6013 health promotion and disease prevention module
Ffch 6013 health promotion and disease prevention module
Ffch 6013 health promotion and disease prevention module
Ffch 6013 health promotion and disease prevention module
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Ffch 6013 health promotion and disease prevention module

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  • 1. PROGRAM: MASTER IN COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING MODULE: HEALTH AND HEALTH PROMOTION AND DISEASE PREVENTION COURSE CODE: FFCH 6013 YEAR 1 SEMESTER: 2 1
  • 2. 1. Course Code FFCH 60132. Course Description This course introduces the students to current issues, theories and research in health promotion and disease prevention related to individuals, families, aggregates and communities. The content is presented in three parts: Part I: Current issues and research evidence in health promotion and disease prevention in the Malaysian and global scenario; challenges confronting nurses working with families, children and adolescents, adults and older adults, and the physically compromised; Part II: Focuses on theoretical foundation of health behavior and health promotion – the theory and principles of how health behavior patterns of individuals, families and communities are acquired, maintained and changed. The influence of social, psychological factors such as ethnicity, socio economic status, gender and social support is included. Selected research evidence and models of health promotion are analysed. Part III: The role of the Advanced Practice Nurse in risk assessment, counseling, education and screening. During the clinical practicum, each student will have the opportunity to apply course content and develop and implement an individual or community-based educational project designed to promote health and prevent disease.3. Prerequisites - None4. Learning Outcomes At the end of the course on “Health Promotion and Disease Prevention”, students will be able to: 1. analyse the concepts and theories of health, health promotion and disease prevention; 2. explain the theoretical foundation of health behavior and health promotion with particular reference to social and psychological factors; 3. evaluate current local and global issues and research evidence on health promotion and disease prevention, related to individuals, families and communities; 4. analyse the varied roles and challenges confronting of the Advanced Community Health Nurse in health promotion and disease prevention. 2
  • 3. Teaching Methods and course contentWeek Content Teaching Method Lecture/ Seminar/ Independent Lecturer e-learning Presentation study Involves 1 LO1: analyse the concepts and theories of health, health promotion and disease prevention;  Lecture-discussion and Student Presentation & Discussion Module  Introduction to the Module 1 Coordinator (a) Concept of health – the 2 meaning of health; 2 determinants of health; theories on health; (b) Concept and theories of “health 2 2 promotion” – defining “health promotion”, scope, framework, standard aims, values, media reviews; (c) Concept and theories of 2 3 “disease prevention” – the meaning of “disease prevention”; media presentation about health and disease. LO 2: explain the theoretical foundation of health behavior and health promotion with particular reference to social and psychological factors;  Student Presentation of Research Findings: (a) Theoretical foundations of health 2 5 8 behavior and health promotion; (b) Research on social and psychological factors influencing 5 8 health behavior. LO3: evaluate current local and global issues and research evidence on health promotion and disease prevention, related to individuals, families and communities;  Student presentation on WHO PROMOTES HEALTH. (a) National health services – 2 4 16 government departments of health; various ministries; training agencies; NGOs; (b) International organizations – WHO; other world bodies; 1 3
  • 4. (c) The role of the media 1 2 4 (d) The role of individuals, families and groups. 2 2 4 LO 4: analyse the varied roles and challenges confronting of the Advanced Community Health Nurse in health promotion and disease prevention. One-day Seminar (a) Community/Public Health Nursing 2 8 21 at local, state and national levels; (b) International /national agenda for health care delivery; 2 (c) Roles of Community Health Nurse: 1 in the home; hospice; community; schools; occupational health; (d) The Community Health Nurse as a 1 leader and consultant.  Examination 3 Total 20 26+3 68Student Assessment Continuous Assessment 30%  Class presentation on Concepts (15%)  Evidence / Research and presentation (15%) (For outcomes 1-2) Seminar Presentation 20% (For outcome 4) End of Semester Exam 50% (For all outcomes) 4
  • 5. WEEK TOPIC 1 Concept of health – the meaning of health; determinants of health; theories on health; 2 Concept and theories of “health promotion” – defining “health promotion”, scope, framework, standard aims, values, media reviews 3 Concept and theories of “disease prevention” – the meaning of “disease prevention”; media presentation about health and disease. 4 Theoretical foundations of health behavior and health promotion; 5 Research on social and psychological factors influencing health behavior. 6 International organizations – WHO; other world bodies; 7 The role of the media 8 The role of individuals, families and groups. 9 Community/Public Health Nursing at local, state and national levels; 10 International /national agenda for health care delivery; 11 Roles of Community Health Nurse: in the home; hospice; community; schools; occupational health; 12 The Community Health Nurse as a leader and consultant. 5
  • 6. Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Department of Nursing, UKMMC Master of Nursing HEALTH PROMOTION AND DISEASE PREVENTION MODULE Course Code: FFCH6013 Seminar/workshop – 20%Bil Activities Full Marks Mark Remarks1 Greets the participants 52 Prepares enough program books for audience 53 Prepared the hall well 54 Introduces the workshop/seminar 55 Explains purpose of the workshop 56 Contents  Relevance 5  In depth 5  current issues 5  Informative 57 Presentation  Interesting 5  Slide shows - creative 5  Concise 5  Energetic 5  Emphasizes the important issues 5  Explains the issues clearly 58 All group members participate in seminar 59 Questions answered well 109 Overall, a successful seminar 10 Total 100 6
  • 7. UniversitiKebangsaan Malaysia Department of Nursing, UKMMC Master of Nursing HEALTH PROMOTION AND DISEASE PREVENTION MODULE Course Code: FFCH 6013 CLASS PRESENTATION 15%Bil Activities Full Marks Mark Remarks1 Choose the appropriate research paper  Relevant 4  Recent 4  Interesting 42 Identify the main issues of the paper 43 Explain the content clearly 44 Identify  strength 5  weakness 55 Able to answer question from audience 56 Give suggestion for future research 5 Total marks 40 7
  • 8. References and Reading List Anderson, E.T. & McFarlane, J. (2008). Community as partner: Theory and practice in nursing. 5th Ed. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Clark, M.J. (2008). Community health nursing: Advocacy for population health. 5th Ed. New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall. Ervin, N.E. 2002. Advanced community health nursing practice: population-focused care. Prentice Hall. New Jersey. Mies, M.A. & McEwen, M. (2007). Community/Public health nursing: Promoting the health of populations. 4th Ed. Saunders Elsevier evolve. Richards, J. (1999). Caring for people: a life span approach. Stanley Thornes. 8
  • 9. Clinical Practice – Health and Health Promotion1. Assessment of the Problem a. Identify habits or activities that lead to risk to the health b. How many people involve with activities or habits are lead to the risk of health problem, and early death cause of problem eg smoking c. Example – smoking in the home is hazardous to children and it related to health problems2. Plan for Community Participation a. Form partnerships and establish support from school, work sites, faith communities, and hospitals b. Develop or adopt public-education campaigns (e.g. public service announcements). And public visual media opportunities (e.g. advertisements in newspapers, on billboards, or on public transportation). c. Identify funding sources d. Identify the publicize possible incentives for individuals and businesses to becomes involved, such as reduced insurance premiums or healthier employees with decreased absentee rates. e. Gather resources and materials3. Implement Programs For Individuals and groups a. What are the activities will help the individuals to stop the habits/activities that are risk to the health4. Identify the Benefits and Barriers a. Benefits b. Barrier5. Evaluation the success of your community-wide Program a. Has a change occurred b. Do the health care providers in the area take part in advise the individuals to stop the bad habits? 9
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