Assessing Health Promotion Campaigns

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State the three main aims of health promotion campaigns
Raising awareness of health issues (1) Improving fitness levels generally (1) Helping prevent ill health (1)
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Explain the advantages of the societal model/approach to health promotion
EXPLAIN THE ADVANTAGES OF THE SOCIETAL MODEL. ex. Can be legally actioned so has authority, applies to all members of the population, generally respected, punishable so may be more effective, moves away from personal responsibility
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Evaluate the educational/behavioural model/approach to health promotion
ex. Educational is often compulsory in schools/college which is not in the spirit of the model, people may not listen/find it boring, people may not understand data presented, model is more successful in middle classes, rarely followed up
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Explain why it is important that health promotions are evaluated
To justify money, time and effort spent (1) To measure any change in behavior (1) To inform future health promotion campaigns (1) To demonstrate the outcomes (with reliability and validity) (1) To feedback to sponsors (1)
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Two ways someone could evaluate the success of their health promotions
Check how many people have taken the free products (1) Given the main carers a before and after questionnaire (1) you then know what they knew at the start (1) and what they have learn through
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Explain the advantages of the societal model/approach to health promotion

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EXPLAIN THE ADVANTAGES OF THE SOCIETAL MODEL. ex. Can be legally actioned so has authority, applies to all members of the population, generally respected, punishable so may be more effective, moves away from personal responsibility

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Evaluate the educational/behavioural model/approach to health promotion

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Explain why it is important that health promotions are evaluated

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Two ways someone could evaluate the success of their health promotions

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