Why is it needed?
These literacies support the transition in care for health (Kickenbush 2014) by challenging the decontextualized evidence base of health sciences. They challenge the reactive orientation on health problems instead of perceiving health as a capability.
They support to find other possibilities in the complex mixture of social, chronic, and multi-morbidity issues in public health. It offers ground for evidence informed practice and the redefinition of social roles in the care for health.
How to use the course?
The course is EQF referenced with 1 to 2 ECTS.
The target groups are health educators and health curriculum developers who update or develop health curricula.
The (content of the) course can be transferred into formal and non-formal health education, inside and outside higher education structures.