Subject:

Scientific perspectives of public health and health promotion

Module:

Health Care Sciences

Holder of subject:

Dr Mojca Zvezdana Dernovšek, Associate Professor
Dr Helena Jeriček Klanšček, Assistant Professor

 

Education providers:

  • Dr Mojca Zvezdana Dernovšek, Associate Professor
  • Dr Helena Jeriček Klanšček, Assistant Professor
  • Dr Simona Hvalič Touzery, Assistant Professor

Contact hours - lectures:

20

Contact hours - seminar:

30

Contact hours - exercises:

 

Individual student work:

75

ECTS:

5

Level of study:

Third cycle study program Health Care Sciences

Semester:

Summer

Language:

Slovene/English

Subject specific competences:

 

The student:

  • Critical judgement of contemporary literature in the field of public health and health promotion
  • Critical thinking and evaluation of key challenges in the field of public health and health promotion

Mandatory  and recommended references:

 

 

 

 

 

Mandatory references:
 

  • Kickbusch, I., 2016. Global health governance challenges 2016 – are we ready? Int J Health Policy Manag, 5, pp. 1-5.   doi:10.15171/ijhpm.2016.27
  • Ottersen, O.P., Dasgupta, J. & Blouin, C., et al., 2014. The political origins of health inequity: prospects for change. Lance, 383(9917), pp. 630-667.
  • Lang, T. & Rayner, G., 2015. Beyond the Golden Era of public health: charting a path from sanitarianism to ecological public health. Public Health, 129(10), pp. 369-1382. Available at: doi:10.1016/j.puhe.2015.07.042
  • Kemm, J., 2014. Health Promotion: Ideology, Discipline, and Specialism. OUP Oxford.
  • World Health Organization, 2015. Self-assessment tool  ort he evaluation of essential public health operations in the WHO European Region (2015). World Health Organization. 
  • Theodore, H., Tulchinsky, E.A., 2014. The New Public Health. Academic Press.

Conditions for the inclusion in the study:

None.

Assessment methods:

  • written paper and its oral presentation - 100%

Teaching methods:

Lectures: use of audiovisual equipment, virtual classroom. Targeted reading and work at home. Teamwork in the form of workshops. Pair, team and individual assignments.