La Trobe University PHE5GNH 2018 Promoting Health Through Groups and Networks ASSESSMENT TASK 3 Research and justify a proposal for a new group or network to promote health http://cs.inspirafoundation.net/ Purpose In health promotion, it is common that various types of collectives form to play roles in education, advocacy, mediation between different interests, capacity building and social mobilisation. These collectives include health consumer groups, advocacy coalitions, common interest community groups, and networks with health improvement or equity objectives. They evolve in particular contexts, in terms of time, place and social, economic and political circumstances. They form to serve a purpose. AT3 requires you to demonstrate that you have a good grasp of literature on health promotion, health promotion planning and working with collectives, and can apply it in order to make a compelling case for the formation of a new group or network for promoting health in an area of interest to you. Who is the audience? The audience for the proposal are potential funders for the new group or network; consider government (federal, state, local), philanthropic organisations, private sponsors, VicHealth and other statutory organisations with a health promotion mandate. Remember, you are learning about groups and networks in health promotion by doing this task. Openly discussing the task, its components and your ideas with colleagues in the tutorial Zoom sessions and with teaching staff is essential to doing this task well and preparing a compelling proposal.Document Preview:

La Trobe University PHE5GNH 2018 Promoting Health Through Groups and Networks ASSESSMENT TASK 3 Research and justify a proposal for a new group or network to promote health http://cs.inspirafoundation.net/ Purpose In health promotion, it is common that various types of collectives form to play roles in education, advocacy, mediation between different interests, capacity building and social mobilisation. These collectives include health consumer groups, advocacy coalitions, common interest community groups, and networks with health improvement or equity objectives. They evolve in particular contexts, in terms of time, place and social, economic and political circumstances. They form to serve a purpose. AT3 requires you to demonstrate that you have a good grasp of literature on health promotion, health promotion planning and working with collectives, and can apply it in order to make a compelling case for the formation of a new group or network for promoting health in an area of interest to you. Who is the audience? The audience for the proposal are potential funders for the new group or network; consider government (federal, state, local), philanthropic organisations, private sponsors, VicHealth and other statutory organisations with a health promotion mandate. Remember, you are learning about groups and networks in health promotion by doing this task. Openly discussing the task, its components and your ideas with colleagues in the tutorial Zoom sessions and with teaching staff is essential to doing this task well and preparing a compelling proposal. Page 1 of 5Instructions For this task, write a 1,500-word proposal that describes, and justifies the need for, a new group or network that promotes health in an area of interest to you. The group or network could, for example, pertain to: • Clients or patients • Community members • 

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