Unit 29 Health Promotion in HSC

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Unit 29 Health Promotion in HSC Unit 29 Health Promotion in Health and Social Care Aim This unit aims to provide learners with an understanding of the influences on health in a modern society and also the factors which influence national and regional strategies to promote health. Learning outcomes On successful completion of this unit a learner will: 1 Understand the socio-economic influences on health 2 Understand models of health promotion 3 Understand factors which influence health promotion

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4 Be able to plan a health promotion campaign. Unit 29 Health Promotion in Health and Social Care Unit content 1 Understand the socio-economic influences on health Influences: social eg disposable income unemployment lifestyle choices environment access to healthcare facilities access to information citizenship status discrimination Sources of information: reports and enquiries eg Black Report DHSS 1980 Acheson Report ‘Independent Inquiry in ‘Inequalities in Health’ 1998 Health and Lifestyle Surveys HALS Health Survey for England HSFE census data Unit 29 Health Promotion in Health and Social Care 2 Understand models of health promotion Definitions: models eg medical social behavioural change health educational differences between health promotion and health education

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Government strategies: campaigns eg anti-smoking campaigns Healthy Eating Dare campaign vaccination programmes safety in the home sun protection Sure Start Every Child Matters government health promotion targets National and regional health promotion: structures eg National Institute for Clinical Excellence NICE role of Primary Care Trusts partnerships between local authorities and strategic health authorities role of voluntary groups eg Epilepsy Action and Asthma UK Role of professionals: health visitors and others eg school nurses school dental checks liaison with parents and carers Routines within the settings: personal hygiene healthy eating resting exercise HND Assignment Help hndassignmenthelpgmail.com www.hndassignmenthelp.co.uk +447464884564 Unit 29 Health Promotion in Health and Social Care 3 Understand factors which influence health promotion Factors: health beliefs cultural and religious practices previous experience of health Promotion education and understanding potential conflicts with industry eg tobacco Alcohol access to information relevance of information to target group Theories of health behavior: behaviors eg Health Belief Model Becker 1974 Theory of Reasoned Action Ajzen and Fishbein 1980 Health Action Model Tones 1990 Stages of Change Model Prochaska and DiClemente 1984 Unit 29 Health Promotion in Health and Social Care 4 Be able to plan a health promotion campaign Purpose: aim eg improve the health of children increase concentration encourage healthy living in families extend life expectancy Strategies: assessing health needs incorporation

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into routines involving parents and carers cultural eg awareness of religious and cultural practices festivals and special days timing levels of understanding involvement of other professionals eg community paediatric nurse dietician links with national campaigns Legislation and guidelines: relevant sections from eg Health and Safety at Work Act Keeping Children and Families Safe Act 2003 Disability Discrimination Act 2005 Evaluation: framework for evaluation efficiency effectiveness economy measured outcomes Specific Measurable Accessible Relevant Timely SMART targets goals and objectives Avail online Assignment Help for HND in health and social care for ICON College St Patrick’s college Mont Rose College EThames College South Thames College UKCBC and many more HND Assignment Help hndassignmenthelpgmail.com www.hndassignmenthelp.co.uk +447464884564

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