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92576 Social, Emotional and Psychological Wellbeing

6cp; 3hrs (workshop)
Requisite(s): ( 48 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C10360 Bachelor of Health Science OR (92574 Introduction to Public Health AND 92566 Introduction to Health Care Systems AND 92571 Principles of Primary Health Care))
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses. See access conditions.

Description

This subject builds on the core subject 92494 Psychosocial Perspectives in Health. Students are introduced to contemporary understandings of wellbeing and the application of wellbeing measures in population health. Theories from medical sociology and psychology form the basis for exploring ways in which different domains of human development (biology, emotion, cognition, peers and family, and society and culture) interact to influence wellbeing. Using case studies, students learn how wellbeing can be conceptualised as a subjective and personal state as well as a reliable and more objective measure of the health of communities and populations.


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