The Graduate Certificate in Performance Health Management (GCPHM) is a collaboration between the University of Canberra and the Australian Institute of Sport as industry partner, to prepare students for a career in the area of health program implementation specialist within Australia and internationally.
The course has been co-designed with Australia’s leading practitioners in the area of health implementation program development in response to an emerging professional development priority. The course integrates practical workplace-focused training and theoretical issues, including the skills necessary for the implementation of proactive performance health management in individuals and targeted populations, biostatistics, applied epidemiology, health implementation and leadership.
It prepares students for their future work as health implementation specialists at the interface of theory, research and practice. Graduates will have specialised knowledge for professional practice in health implementation and skills for evaluation of research in optimising human performance health.
|Fundamentals of Performance Health||Designing Effective Interventions for Performance Health||Growing as a Leader in Health||Strategy, Innovation and Change in Health|
|Models of prevention||The role of personality in leading organisational change|
Self-awareness of leadership style
Strategic thinking and planning
|Health surveillance||Health Systems|
Leadership of others
Developing a strategic brief
|Natural history of disease||Implementation frameworks|
Communication strategies different purposes
|Classification of prevention measures||Designing interventions|
Communication strategies different audiences
Developing the idea, context and sustainability
|Health evaluation and screening programs||Monitoring and evaluation|
Developing as a leader
|Performance and health||Science communication|
Mentorship and planning for self-development
Developing a plan, challenges and measures of success