This course is intended to introduce students to the learning and behavioral science theories that provide a framework for the practice of health education and promotion. Application of the theories to planning and implementing health promotion and education programs for individuals, groups, families, and communities will be emphasized. This course also introduces the students to various approaches to describing, explaining, and predicting health behaviors that have or are perceived to have significant effect on human health. Prerequisite: PUBH 2130
Smallwood, Stacy W., "PUBH 3330 - Modifying Health Behaviors" (2018). Public Health, Jiann-Ping Hsu College of - Syllabi. 250.