what you will learn
- Epidemiology: Study of patterns, causes, and effects of health-related events in populations.
- Biostatistics: Application of statistical methods to public health research and data analysis.
- Environmental Health: Examination of how environmental factors impact human health and well-being.
- Health Policy and Management: Study of health systems, policy development, and healthcare administration.
- Social and Behavioral Sciences: Understanding how social, cultural, and behavioral factors influence health outcomes.
- Global Health: Exploring health issues and interventions on a global scale, including infectious diseases and health disparities.
- Health Promotion and Education: Designing and implementing strategies to promote healthy behaviors and prevent diseases.
- Occupational Health: Assessing and managing health risks in the workplace, including occupational injuries and exposure to hazardous substances.
- Maternal and Child Health: Focusing on the health and well-being of women, infants, children, and adolescents.
- Health Equity and Social Justice: Addressing health disparities and advocating for fair and equitable access to healthcare for all populations.
- Public Health Ethics: Understanding ethical principles and frameworks in public health research and practice.
- Program Evaluation and Research Methods: Assessing the effectiveness and impact of public health interventions through rigorous research and evaluation techniques.
- Health Informatics: Utilizing information technology and data systems to improve healthcare delivery and population health outcomes.
- Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response: Developing strategies to respond to natural disasters, disease outbreaks, and other public health emergencies.
- Public Health Communication: Effective communication strategies to disseminate health information, promote health literacy, and engage communities.
- Health Economics: Analyzing the economic factors and policies that influence healthcare access, affordability, and resource allocation.
Who should learn public health 3
- Healthcare professionals (doctors, nurses, pharmacists, etc.)
- Public health professionals (epidemiologists, health educators, policy analysts, etc.)
- Policy makers and government officials
- Researchers and academics
- Community leaders and advocates
- Students from various disciplines
- General public interested in improving health and well-being
- Public Health Educator
- Health Policy Analyst
- Environmental Health Specialist
- Health Services Administrator
- Global Health Specialist
- Community Health Worker
- Health Promotion Specialist
- Occupational Health and Safety Specialist
- Public Health Consultant
This course does not require participants to have a specific entry requirement. Those who are comfortable with Level 3 work can sign up.
Course Duration & Online Support
Duration depends on the learner’s ability to cope with the pace and scope of the course. Self-study allows participants to complete the course at their own pace. Support extensions are also available if students fail to do so within that period.
To successfully complete the course, students are required to complete various tests and assessments. You may be required to get a link from our Training Provider. Your test will be reviewed and graded by our system. You may attempt only twice.
Get a Completion Certificate.
La Plage Meta Verse is an Internationally Accredited Institution.
REGISTRATION NUMBER: 1943862
LPMV is ISO 9001 Quality Management System Certified Business
LPMV is a member of Association of Healthcare Trainers (AOHT) UK
LPMV is also an Accredited CPD Provider With the CPD Group No. #780343
LPMV is Accredited by America Council of Training & Development (ACTD) No. AD2357G14CM
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to gain an international Accredited Certificate. Share your certificate with prospective employers and your professional network on all social media platforms.