This specialisation is principally aimed at health professionals who work, or want to work in
health promotion. Areas of work include public health, health policy making, education, agency work, community work, planning and research positions.
Health promotion may appeal to people who have experience in public health, and who wish to further their academic and professional ability. It should provide students with an understanding of the principles and strategies of an empowering
health promotion practice in a public health framework, an appreciation of the role of the Treaty of Waitangi and practical guidelines for applying
health promotion to fit your own chosen professional area.
Courses may be included in a Postgraduate Certificate in Public Health in Health
Promotion, are offered at the School of Population Health in a
Flexible learning format (four days per course over a semester).
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