Health Promotion and Wellness

SAR OT 610

This on-line graduate course focuses on developing a health promotion program grounded in theory. After an introduction to the field of public health and the role of occupational therapy in the area of health promotion and wellness, the course guides the student in the development of a program related to a health issue in his or her practice setting. The student will be introduced to frameworks and theories from public health and other disciplines and will then apply these as he or she develops a health promotion program. The student will read about and discuss programs in health promotion at the individual, group, and population level, for people with and without disabilities, and in a variety of environments. (3 credits)

SPRG 2018 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
OL Doyle ARR TBD-TBD O.T.D. students
On-line course

Note: this course was also offered during Summer Term

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