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Teaching Prevention 2020

 

 

   

Public Health Learning Modules

The goal of the learning modules is to understand Healthy People 2020 and the various ways in which to use policy and program interventions to advance the goals and objectives of the initiative. While the modules touch on 17 different topic areas, the lessons learned can be translated to other areas addressed in Healthy People 2020.

The Public Health Learning Modules can be used individually to supplement an existing course or combined to create a stand-alone course for the education of undergraduate, graduate and/or professional learners.

Overall Learning Objectives

After completing the set of learning modules, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the Healthy People initiative and its significance in practice and evaluation.
  • Identify leading health indicators and priority areas within Healthy People 2020. 
  • Analyze current progress towards Healthy People 2020 goals in specific areas, as well as opportunities for future efforts in research and practice.
  • Contrast various approaches to advancing population health, including laws, policies, and population level interventions. 
  • Evaluate progress towards addressing social disparities in the context of Healthy People 2020, including socioeconomic status, race/ethnicity and other disparities. 
  • Propose additional ways in which to address key and emerging issues that impact population health.  
     

Each Module Includes

  • Learning objectives
  • Lecture materials such as video presentations' slides; transcripts, class activities, student assessments, recommended readings, and supplemental learning resources.
  • Instructor Manuals with quiz answers


   

 


After reviewing each module, please submit feedback through a brief evaluation form:

PHLM Evaluation Form >>

 


A project of Temple University Department of Public Health and the Association for Prevention Teaching and Research (APTR), made possible with support from the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP), Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Cooperative Agreement #5 ATPHP120007-03-00.


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