Health Promotion Project Exercise

  • Online Module
  • Textbook
  • Website

Teaching Strategy Description:

The resources below are used to support development of a logic model to inform design of a health promotion project in the co-resquisite course community health nursing practice. As part of the assignment, students must also determine how they will implement, evaluate and disseminate the outcomes of their health promotion project in order to reach the widest audience .

 Teaching Context:

  • Second-year, one-term lecture and seminar format with co-requisite 16 hour per week community mentoring opportunities for health promotion projects.


Bergeron, K. (2014). Policy Development at a Glance. Public Health Ontario. Retrieved from

Public Health Ontario. (2012). Introduction to program logic models.

Public Health Ontario. Online Health Program Planner.

Public Health Ontario. (2012). Evaluating Health Promotion Programs.

Databases of Health Promotion Evidence:
Alberta Health Services. (2011). Towards an Understanding of Health Equity: Glossary. Retrieved from

McMaster University. Health Evidence. Retrieved from

Ontario Health Promotion Resource System. HP-101 Free Online Course.  Retrieved from

Dawson, J. (2014). Municipal Access to Recreation (ATR) Project LOGIC MODEL. Peterborough County-  City Health Unit. Retrieved from

Public Health Agency of Canada. (July 2013). Population Health Approach: The Organizing Framework.

Stamler, L.L., & Yiu, L. (2012). Community Health Nursing: A Canadian Perspective (3rd ed.) pp. 176-183. Toronto, ON: Pearson Prentice Hall.


Submitted by: Ann MacLeod, Trent University.

Indicator(s): 3.1, 3.2, 3.3