The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to Health-focused, Lifestyle Intervention [HFLI] and to build the context for the importance of integrated lifestyle intervention teams. The first section of the course defines the public health context for HFLI teams, identifies the target patient population, and presents the core competencies required to participate in and lead HFLI teams. The second section provides an understanding of the ecological framework for health promotion and wellness; the importance of assessing the community context within which a HFLI team will operate; and discusses the relationship among models of health behavior and
- The purpose of this course is to help students formulate a framework for evaluating health status at a community, employer, or individual level in a way that is concrete and leads to an actionable program or plan of care to improve health outcomes.
- Section 1 (3 parts) of this course will review and evaluate current practices for employee wellness programs and health risk assessments, as well as propose a modified framework for measuring health status.
- Section 2 (2 parts) of this course will lay the groundwork for designing and planning responsive programs for behavior change interventions, as well as,