Poutū-manahau Population Health (2020)
Poutū-manahau Population Health uses a multidisciplinary approach to understanding hauora as practice, and to examine approaches that contribute to a health system which can revitalise the mana of our communities. Poutū-manahau Population Health embraces integrative knowledge of theories and analytical approaches (across psychology, health communication and engagement, sociology, economics, epidemiology, and Māori and indigenous studies) to understand, critique and design health initiatives, policies, practices, interventions and their outcomes.
Poutū-manahau Population Health is available as a specified programme for the Bachelor of Health (BHealth). To complete the specified programme in Poutū-manahau Population Health, students must take the following programme - listed under Year 1, 2 and 3.
Poutū-manahau Population Health is also available as a subject in the Certificate in Health and Wellbeing. To complete the Certificate in Health and Wellbeing in Poutū-manahau Population Health, students must complete the papers listed under Year 1 of the Poutū-manahau Population Health specified programme.
Note: Compulsory level 200 papers for the Poutū-manahau Population Health specified programme will be introduced in 2021, and level 300 papers will be introduced in 2022.
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Students must take the following papers: BIOMD101, CSMAX101, HELTH101, either MAORI101 or MAORI102 or MAORI111, MAORI150, PSYCH101, SOCPY100, and a 15 point 100-level programme elective from the list below.
Electives: CHEMY100, CHEMY101, CHEMY102, ECONS102, ENVPL100, ENVSC101, HMDEV100, MAORI102, MAORI103, MAORI112, PACIS100 and STMGT101.
Students must take the following papers: GEOGY209, HELTH201, HELTH202, HELTH203, MAORI204, POPST201, PUBRL202, and a 15 point 200-level programme elective from the list below.
Electives: BIOMO201, BIOMO202, BIOMO203, BIOMO204, CHEMY201, CHEMY202, CHEMY203, CHEMY204, CMYHE201, CMYHE202, ECONS205, ENVPL200, ENVPL201, ENVSC201, ENVSC202, HMDEV202, HMDEV240, HRMGT202, LCOMM202, MAORI200, MAORI202, MAORI203, MAORI211, MAORI212, MAORI222, MAORI250, PACIS200, PHILO225, PSYCH202, SOCPY200 and SOCPY201.
Students must take the following papers: HELTH302, HELTH303, LEGAL300, either MAORI302 or SCIEN305, POPST302, SOCPY301, and 30 points of 300-level programme electives from the list below.
Electives: BIOMO301, BIOMO302, BIOMO304, CHEMY301, CHEMY302, CHEMY303, CHEMY304, CMYHE301, CMYHE302, ECONS302, HMDEV340, HRMGT303, HRMGT304, LCOMM302, MAORI303, MAORI304, MAORI311, MAORI312, PACIS300 and PUBRL301.
Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location BIOMD101 Introduction to Human Biology 20A (Hamilton) This paper will introduce the student to the basics of human anatomy and physiology. CSMAX101 The World of Data 20B (Hamilton) This paper teaches students how to build datasets for analysis in health science, and critically evaluate and effectively present the results of such analyses, using commonly used software such as Excel, R, and SPSS. Students are introduced to issues of privacy, and cultural considerations for Maori and Indigenous health. HELTH101 Hauora: Thinking about Health 20A (Hamilton) Health is a multi-disciplinary field of study that draws on multiple cultural perspectives. This paper introduces students to the foundational academic skills required for success within the BHealth, through the lens of hauora, health and wellbeing. MAORI101 Introduction to Conversational Māori for Absolute Beginners 20A (Hamilton), 20A (Tauranga) & 20B (Hamilton) For absolute beginner students, this introductory paper to conversational Maori pays particular attention to pronunciation, greetings, and forms of language associated with certain cultural functions, such as mihimihi, as well as tasks such as thanking people, farewelling, communicating personal information, and naming everyday obj... MAORI102 He Hīnatore ki te Ao Māori: Introducing the Māori World 20A (Hamilton), 20A (Online), 20B (Hamilton), 20B (Online), 20G (Online) & 20X (Hamilton) An introduction to the Maori world view, social organisation, cultural concepts, including Maori astronomy, and their relevance in a contemporary society. MAORI111 Te Reo Māori: Introductory 1 20A (Hamilton), 20X (Hamilton) & 20X (Tauranga) An introductory paper for students with little or no knowledge of the Maori language which provides basic everyday language such as: greetings, farewells, focusing on family relationships, numbers, time, shopping, talking about a trip and commands. MAORI150 Te Tiriti o Waitangi: An Introduction to the Treaty of Waitangi 20A (Tauranga) & 20B (Hamilton) This paper seeks to provide a sound understanding of Te Tiriti o Waitangi. It reviews historical and contemporary interpretations and takes into account the interplay of contextual issues of the time. PSYCH101 Social Psychology, Health and Well-being 20B (Hamilton) & 20B (Tauranga) This paper will introduce major issues in psychology particularly as they relate to health, wellbeing, mental illness, forensic psychology, lifespan development, and social factors in a range of contexts. SOCPY100 Introduction to Social Policy 20A (Hamilton) & 20A (Tauranga) This paper examines the values behind social policy and introduces students to some of the important issues and debates in New Zealand and other democratic societies.
Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location GEOGY209 Health, People, Place 20B (Hamilton) & 20B (Tauranga) This paper draws on critical analysis of health, people and place to introduce contemporary developments in socio-cultural geography. Attention is paid to spatial well-being at a range of scales. MAORI204 Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Health and Wellbeing 20A (Hamilton) This paper looks at health and wellbeing from Maori and Indigenous perspectives, including models and frameworks in relation to Health, Sport, Human Performance and Indigenous communities. POPST201 Population Studies 20A (Hamilton) & 20A (Online) This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the multidisciplinary field of Population Studies. Students will develop a sound understanding of the demographic drivers of population change and composition, while exploring some of the rich theories and methodological approaches which comprise Population Studies. PUBRL202 Health Communication 20B (Hamilton) This paper explores the construction and evaluation of communication campaigns to address health issues in communities and organisations. The campaigns use communication theory to design persuasive and innovative health campaigns.
Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location MAORI302 Mātauranga Māori, Indigenous Knowledges 20A (Tauranga) & 20B (Hamilton) This paper looks at the influence and forms that Matauranga Maori has had and has taken in various postcolonial formations, including in science and research, education, policy and social reform. POPST302 Exploring Population Change 20B (Hamilton) & 20B (Online) This paper applies methods for measuring population size, composition and change, which are used extensively for understanding population issues in public policy, human resource planning, forecasting and business planning. SCIEN305 Science and Matauranga Maori 20A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton) & 20C (Hamilton) This paper will provide science graduates with an understanding of both scientific and Matauranga Maori perspectives on topical issues and the ability to apply these in a Vision Matauranga context. SOCPY301 Health, Wellbeing and Policy 20A (Hamilton) & 20A (Tauranga) This paper provides a critical introduction to key issues in the formation of health policy at both a national and international level.
2020 Catalogue of Papers information current as of : 1 July 2020 8:51am