k219
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Resource <div><p>This module is almost entirely delivered through online learning guides. You'll have access to a module website, which includes:</p><ul><li>a week-by-week study planner</li><li>course specific study material</li><li>audio and video content</li><li>assessment details</li><li>access to online tutorials and study forums</li><li>access to teaching and library resources</li></ul><p>You will also be guided to find and research for relevant resources using the OU Library.</p></div>
support The Open University is the world’s leading provider of flexible, high quality distance learning. Unlike other universities we are not campus based. You will study in a flexible way that works for you whether you’re at home, at work or on the move.As an OU student you’'ll be supported throughout your studies your tutor or study adviser will guide and advise you, offer detailed feedback on your assignments, and help with any study issues. Tuition might be in face-to-face groups, via online tutorials, or by phone.
abstract Using real case studies, you will learn how society's ideas about health and wellbeing shapes current health and social care practice.
ID K219
identifier
  • K219
  • http://www.open.ac.uk/courses/modules/k219
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title Critical issues in health and wellbeing
subject
description <div><p>Imagine a world in which everyone feels safe, valued for who they are, and is able to participate with confidence in society in a way which supports their health and wellbeing. This module considers what the health and social care system of this type of society would look like and what would need to be in place for staff and service users to successfully work within it. To allow you to explore these issues you will be introduced to contemporary material and theories that explore how health and wellbeing can be affected by factors at individual, relational and society level.</p></div>
Dataset Open University data XCRI-CAP 1.2
credit
type Undergraduate
JACS3