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Sexual and reproductive health postgraduate public health unit
- experienced health professionals interested in gaining new knowledge related to public health practices in this field
- health program coordinators and managers who wish to update or further their understanding in the theories, practices and program approaches for improving sexual and reproductive health at the population level
- postgraduate students enrolled in related courses who may wish to complete this as an elective unit
- Aboriginal Health Workers, health promotion officers and professionals interested in sexual and reproductive health.
This postgraduate public health unit introduces the key public health concepts and principles in the field of sexuality and reproduction. Public health is concerned with sexual and reproductive health at a population level rather than the individual, and involves maintaining health through social actions such as legislation, policy advocacy, health promotion, health education, screening/surveillance and modifying environments.
Note: applicants will need a three year degree to meet the entry requirements.
Students will learn how to:
- approach sexual and reproductive health from a public health, human rights and cultural perspective
- analyse current data and gain tools for practical service programming for good sexual and reproductive health outcomes.
Fee payable: yes
Delivery mode: online
Financial support for Indigenous students: not specified
Menzies School of Health Research
Education and Training
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