Health Promotion Notes Za Wizara | Cmt Nta Level 5 Notes Za Wizara | Download

Health Promotion Notes Za Wizara | Cmt Nta Level 5 Notes Za Wizara | Download

Module Code: CMT 05105

Module Name: Health Promotion

Number of Credits: 7

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Sub-Enabling Outcomes

3.3.1 Describe pillars of health promotion to prevent diseases

3.3.2 Describe diseases of public health importance

3.3.3 Plan for integrated community health intervention

3.3.4 Provide health education services

3.3.5 Provide health education to Key Population on risk behaviors

3.2.1 Conduct school health programs

 

RELATED TASKS

3.3.1 Describe pillars of health promotion to prevent diseases

i. Define health promotion

ii. b) Explain pillars of health promotion

iii. c) Explain ways of promoting health

 

 

3.3.2 Describe diseases of public health importance

i. Explain diseases of public health importance and emerging diseases

ii. Identify disease trend

iii. Identify resources for prevention and control of diseases of public health importance

iv. Explain prevention and control of diseases of public health importance

 

3.3.3 Plan for integrated community health intervention

i. Identify integrated community health services

ii. Describe integrated community maternal, newborn and child health

iii. Identify stakeholders for integrated community health services

iv. Provide technical support to Community health workers

v. Provide services to the referred clients from the community

vi. Plan and monitor community health interventions

 

3.3.4 Provide health education services

i. Identify audience for health education session

ii. Identify needs for health education

iii. Prepare health education schedule

iv. Conduct health education sessions

v. Use specific IEC materials in providing health education

vi. Disseminate IEC materials

vii. Utilize effective communication skills in providing health education

viii. Evaluate health education sessions

 

3.3.5 Provide health education to the Key Population on risk behaviors

i. Identify risk behaviours in each category of Key Population

ii. Describe the risk behaviours of Key Population in relation to HIV and other blood-borne diseases (HBV and HCV)

iii. Describe the risk reduction strategies

 

Pre-requisite Module

i. CMT04101 Communication and Life Skills

ii. CMT04104 Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Emergency Preparedness

iii. CMT04105 Clinical Nutrition

iv. CMT04106 Environmental Health

v. CMT04107 Microbiology, Parasitology and Entomology

vi. CMT04108 Medical Ethics and Professionalism

 

Learning Context:

This module will be conducted through;

1. lectures discussion,

2. group discussion,

3. tutorials,

4. community field work and

5. assignments.

 

Learning Materials and Teaching Aids

i. Books,

ii. Journals,

iii. Multimedia Projector,

iv. Computer,

v. Writing board,

vi. Pin board, Flip chart, Over Head Projector,

vii. Television, Video cassettes, audio and video CD.

 

Integrated Methods of Assessments

A. Continuous Assessments (40%)

i. Theory examination (10%)

ii. Oral examination (5%)

iii. Assignments (5%)

iv. Field report (20%)

B. End of Semester Examination (60%)

i. Theory examination (45%)

ii. Clinical examination (15%)

 

Key Reference / Medical Boks

1. Randall R. Cottrell et al.,(2014) Principles and foundation of health promotion and education Benjamin –Cummings Publishing Company 6thed

2. Rukunga G (2001) Environmental Health for East Africa AMREF 1sted

3. Wood CH et al. ,(2008) Community Health AMREF 3rded

4. Butler, J.T. (2001). Principles of Health Education and Health Promotion. London: Wadsworth.

5. Downie, R.S. et al (1996). Health Promotion Models and values (2nd ed). Great Britain: Oxford University Press.

6. Ewles, L. & Simnett, I. (2003). Promoting Health A Practical Guide (5th ed). London: Bailliere Tindal.

7. MOHSW (2001). Health Management Training Module Two: Promoting Partnership in the District-Second Version. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: Ministry of Health and Social Welfare.

8. WHO (1986). Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion. Geneva: World Health Organization.

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