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Health issues faced by developing and developed country
Identify some of the health issues faced by one developing and one developed country. Discuss the effects of these issues on their respective societies’. 500 words and 10 references
Personal & Professional Skills
|Module Code: HS1104
|Co-requisite:||Excluded combinations :|
|Is this module part of the Skills Curriculum? Yes||University-wide option: No|
|Location of delivery: UEL|
|Main aim(s) of the module:
This module aims to:
Enable students to develop an individual Personal Development Portfolio (PDP) encouraging self reflection, self evaluation and strategies to improve students own learning for their educational development during their time at university and as a future graduate employee
Develop and improve individual performance in written communication and Information Technology (IT) skills and allow students to practice their information and research skills
|Main topics of study:
The module is designed to help Health Promotion, Public Health and Health Services Management students to develop their academic writing, IT application, learning and initial research skills that will help them succeed in their undergraduate studies and professional lives.
This module will be split into three sections compromising of Academic Skills, Information Technology and Tutorials to enable the development of a Personal Development Portfolio (PDP). The completion of the PDP is designed to facilitate the students’ personal development and encourages reflection and review of skills that students already possess and those that need to be acquired or developed for success as a student of higher education and after graduation.
|Learning Outcomes for the module
At the end of this module, students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate how to be an effective student in HE
2. Use our IT systems, communicate electronically and use any basic computer packages relevant to the programme of study
3. Access all forms of resources available in the LRCs both in print and electron.............