How does this campaign relate to recent relevant research? What is the evidence base underpinning the interventions/tools of the campaign?

? Explain how the campaign relates to recent/current health policy, legislation, programmes or interventions? o Where does your campaign ‘stem from’? Where does it sit in the political agenda? o Is the campaign in line with policy? Do statements of intent ‘match up’? o Is there any gap between what is set out in the campaign vs the current policy? What issues can be identified here? o What are other relevant HP campaigns? ? What are the theoretical underpinnings of the campaign? o Relate your campaign to one or two theories o Remember to relate theory to practice! Give specific examples of how and why the campaign shows similarities to theory

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SH5001 Health Promotion and Policy

 

Structure of Assignment 2 – Critical analysis of a health promotion campaign

 

3000 word essay

 

Due Tuesday 12 May 2020

 

Subheadings are optional – but do not use more subheadings than listed below

 

 

Introduction

 

  • Signpost reader to the contents of your essay

 

Campaign Overview

 

  • Identify the campaign you are focusing on
  • What is the purpose (aims & objectives, key message) of the campaign?
  • Who initiated the campaign?
  • Who is the target audience?
  • What is the time frame?
  • How was the campaign funded?  – outline the costs and resources for the campaign?
  • What are the partnership or collaborative elements of this campaign?
  • What type(s) of media have been used for this campaign?
  • How is (was) the campaign evaluated and monitored?

 

 

Context of the campaign

 

  • How does this campaign relate to recent relevant research? What is the evidence base underpinning the interventions/tools of the campaign?

 

  • Explain how the campaign relates to recent/current health policy, legislation, programmes or interventions?
    • Where does your campaign ‘stem from’? Where does it sit in the political agenda?
    • Is the campaign in line with policy? Do statements of intent ‘match up’?
    • Is there any gap between what is set out in the campaign vs the current policy? What issues can be identified here?
    • What are other relevant HP campaigns?

 

  • What are the theoretical underpinnings of the campaign?
    • Relate your campaign to one or two theories
    • Remember to relate theory to practice! Give specific examples of how and why the campaign shows similarities to theory

 

 

 

 

 

 

Evaluation of the campaign

 

  • Present evidence on the effectivenessand impact of your chosen campaign
    • Use peer reviewed articles in support of your arguments
    • Link the evidence you cite together with your discussion on theoretical underpinnings of the campaign – do the results reflect issues with the design of the campaign and how can HP theory help us understand this?

 

  • What are the strengths and weaknesses of the campaign?

 

  • What would have helped to make the campaign more effective? Consider wider policy initiatives. If relevant, use examples from other contexts or campaigns

 

 

Conclusion and Recommendations

 

  • Review the aims & objectives of the campaign
    • To what extent have these been achieved? Refer back to the evidence you presented in the Evaluation section

 

  • Provide 2 recommendations for the health promotion campaign. These must be based on evidence.

 

  • Provide 2 recommendations for health policy related to your issue. These must be based on evidence.

 

 

Reference List (new page)

 

 

 

SOURCES

Baggott, R. (2000) Public Health Policy and Politics. Macmillan Press: London

 

Buse, K., Mays, N and Walt, G (2005) Making Health Policy. Understanding Public Health. Open University Press

 

Eckermann, L. (2011) Challenges for health promotion research and action across the globeHealth Promot. Int. 26(4): 393-396 doi:10.1093/heapro/dar082

 

Ewless, L., Simnett, I., (2004) Promoting health: A practical guide London: Balliere Tindall

 

Katz, J., Peberdy, A.,& Douglas, J. (2000) Promoting health: knowledge and practice 2nd edition. London: Palgrave and Open University Press

 

Komaromy, C. (ed.) (2001) Dilemmas in UK Health Care,Buckingham: Open University Press

 

Naidoo, J. & Wills, J (2005) Public Health and Health Promotion: Developing practice. London: Balliere Tindall

 

Naidoo, J. & Wills, J (2009) Foundations for Health Promotion Public Health and Health Promotion Practice (3rd edition) London: BalliereTindall  Elsevier

 

Scriven, A. & Garman, S. (2007)  Public Health Social Context & Action  Maidenhead: OUP McGraw Hill

 

Sidani, S (2015). Health Intervention Research: Understanding Research Design & Methods. London, Sage.

 

Walt, G. (2004) Health policy: An introduction to process and power. London, Zed Books.

 

Online Resources

 

Association of Public Health Observatories http://www.apho.org.uk/apho/

 

 

Department of Health http://www.dh.gov.uk/PolicyAndGuidance/HealthAndSocialCareTopics/fs/en

 

 

Kings Fund http://www.kingsfund.org.uk

 

World Health Organisation http://www.who.int/en/