GRN 706

Health Promotion and Aging 3.0 Credits

Prereq: Graduate student standing.

In this class health promotion in old age will be examined. The theory behind health promotion programs and the status of existing health promotion program for older adults will be reviewed and discussed. Finally, the knowledge acquired in class will be used to develop and demonstrate an innovative health promotion program for older adults. Prereq: Graduate student standing.

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