Numbers 1-8 to be completed by student
Numbers 9-11 to be completed by 1st. Marker
• Student submits work
• 1ST. Marker assesses submission, mark recorded separately with comments, sample of scripts sent to second marker • 2nd. Marker assesses work, mark recorded separately
• 1st. and 2nd. Markers consult and agree recommended mark to be confirmed by exam board • 1st. Marker informs student of recommended mark.
Please note that any case of suspected Plagiarism will be immediately referred to the Course Leader and if confirmed the student submission will be Failed. Plagiarism is generally defined as the use of some one else’s work, or the unacknowledged use of published material presented as the student's own work. In submitting work using this assessment front sheet the responsible student is acknowledging they have read this statement and are aware of both this policy and the possible penalties. Full information can be found on the following UHI web site:
The following extract from the UHI policy on plagiarism and dishonesty gives examples of types of plagiarism:
Plagiarism can be defined as:
icopying the exact words of another author without using quotation marks and without referencing the source. iiusing the ideas of another author without referencing the source (even when you do not directly quote the author’s words). iiicopying another student’s work (current or previous) in written, word-processed or electronic form.
Health promotion is an essential part of providing health information to enable people to improve their control over and improve their health (Who,1984). This essay will discuss what health means and will give a definition of health promotion. In part two this essay will discuss the models of health which are medical model, social model and the Bio-psych-social and about health promotion and the agencies involved with health promotion. In part three this essay will discuss the black report, the health cities project and earth summit agenda 1992. In part four this essay will talk about how low socio- status can economic lead to poor health.
Health is a state of complete, mental, physical as well as social well-being (Who, 1946). We all define health promotion in different ways but it...