Assess the relevance of government sources in reporting on inequalities in health.It includes: copying information directly from the Web or books without referencing the material
Rules and regulations:
Plagiarism is presenting somebody else’s work as your own. It includes: copying information directly from the Web or books without referencing the material; submitting joint coursework as an individual effort; copying another student’s coursework; stealing coursework from another student and submitting it as your own work. Suspected plagiarism will be investigated and if found to have occurred will be dealt with according to the procedures set down by the College. Please see your student handbook for further details of what is / isn’t plagiarism.
1 You are required to submit your coursework on-line through online e-learning system http://stponline.org.uk. Detailed information about this is available in the student handbook submission
2 Details of submission procedures and penalty fees can be obtained from Academic Administration or the general student handbook.
3 Late coursework will be accepted by Academic Admin Office and marked according to the guidelines given in your Student Handbook for this year.
4 If you need an extension (even for one day) for a valid reason, you must request one, using a coursework extension request form available from the Academic Admin Office. Do not ask the lecturers responsible for the course – they are not authorised to award an extension. The completed form must be accompanied by evidence such as a medical certificate in the event of you being sick.
5 General guidelines for submission of coursework:
a) All work must be word-processed and must be of “good” standard.
b) Document margins shall not be more than 2.5cm or less than 1.5cm
c) Font size in the range of 11 to 14 points distributed to including headings and body text. Preferred typeface to be of a common standard such as Arial or Times New Roman for the main text.
d) Any computer files generated such as program code (software), graphic files that form part of the course work must be submitted either online with the documentation.
e) The copy of the course work submitted may not be returned to you after marking and you are advised to have your personal copy for your reference.
f) All work completed, including any software constructed may not be used for any purpose other than the purpose of intended study without prior written permission from St Patrick’s International College.
Outcomes Assessment requirements
To achieve each outcome a learner must demonstrate the ability to:
LO 1. Understand the socioeconomic influences on health 1.1 Explain the effects of socioeconomic influences on health.
1.2 Assess the relevance of government sources in reporting on inequalities in health.
1.3 Discuss reasons for barriers to accessing Healthcare
LO2 Understand models of health promotion 2.1 Analyse the links between government strategies and models of health promotion
2.2 Explain the role of professionals in meeting government targets for health promotion
2.3 Discuss the role of routines in promoting healthy living
LO 3. Understand factors which influence health promotion
3.1 Explain how health beliefs relate to theories of health behaviour.
3.2 Discuss the possible effects of potential conflicts with local industry on health promotion
3.3 Explain the importance of providing relevant health related information to the public
LO4.Be able to plan a health promotion campaign 4.1 Plan a health promotion campaign to meet specific objectives
4.2 Explain how the health promotion campaign supports health promotion strategies
Merit descriptors Indicative characteristics Contextualised Indicative characteristics ?