Using the paradigms of health, discuss the link between health and behavior. Describes how this relationship affects social determinants of health.

Analyze the progress made in this nation from the original Healthy People document to the fociin Healthy People 2030.Synthesize broad ecological, global, and social determinants of health; principles of genetics andgenomics; and epidemiologic data to design and deliver evidence based, culturally relevantclinical prevention interventions and strategies.Describe how human rights, cultural diversity, and cultural sensitivity considerations affectemerging global health issues.Evaluate the effectiveness of clinical prevention interventions that affect individual andpopulation-based health outcomes using health information technology and data sources.Compare the four levels of prevention (primordial, primary, secondary, and tertiary) with thelevels of service provision available across the life span.Identify global trends and directions for health promotion and disease prevention includingimmunization programs.Integrate clinical prevention concepts in the development of culturally relevant and linguisticallyappropriate health education, communication strategies, and interventionReference
Edelman, Kudzama. (2018). Health Promotion throughout the Life Span. (9th Ed.).