Sociocultural Transformations and Health

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Datum (von)13.01.2021
Datum (bis)15.01.2021
Zeit (von)09:00
Zeit (bis)17:00
VeranstalterKoordinationsstelle Public Health
VeranstaltungsortMittelstrasse 43
Bern 3012
Schweiz
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SVDE-Punkte18
ThemengebietGesundheitsförderung und Prävention
Link zur Websitepublic-health-edu.ch
Details zur Veranstaltung

Goal
Public health interventions take place in a social, cultural and political context which shapes attitudes and behaviours around health. Through the transformation of values, images of the body, conceptions of risk, illness and health, socio-cultural change is influencing globally health issues in contemporary societies. With this interdisciplinary module, students will develop competencies which allow them to integrate and apply a social science perspective in public health activities. After the course, students will be able
- to integrate social theory concepts in their practice of public health
- to assess the impact of these social theory concepts on health law, policy, management etc.
- to take into account socio-cultural change when designing and assessing public health strategies and interventions
- to anticipate and monitor a population's reception of public health strategies

Contents
The module will be focused on social theory concepts which are most relevant for health issues, including medicalization, risk, empowerment and reflexivity. Sociocultural change will be approached with concepts and methods used in the social sciences (sociology, anthropology, social psychology).

Methods
The module will combine lectures, discussion of texts, group work and the development of a case study relating to one specific health issue.

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