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May 1st 2017

Find out how measuring and promoting wellbeing can make people, organisations and society more focused, considerate and effective. Since the financial crisis, there has been an increased interest in moving away from GDP and wealth as measures of national and individual performance. Instead, more explicit attention is being paid to wellbeing around the world, and how we can promote it at individual, local, national and international levels.

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Apr 24th 2017

Explore how healthcare professionals work in partnership with people with long-term conditions in this free online course. There are some 15 million people in the UK currently living with a long-term condition and many more millions worldwide. Many are living with more than one long-term condition, which is impacting on both their physical and psychological wellbeing.

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Apr 24th 2017

Tú y yo, al igual que la mayoría de personas, con las acciones que realizamos tenemos el propósito de mejorar las circunstancias en las que viven las personas. Pero ¿Cómo llevamos a cabo esa tarea? ¿Qué tan claro tenemos qué es lo que queremos hacer, para qué lo queremos hacer y cómo lo vamos a hacer? ¿Qué tanto anticipamos los posibles resultados de lo que proponemos y los factores del contexto que pueden facilitarlos u obstaculizarlos para aprovecharlos o contrarrestarlos? ¿Cómo sustentamos que con lo que hacemos efectivamente podemos contribuir al bienestar de las personas? Nuestra experiencia nos muestra que muchas iniciativas para promover el bienestar se realizan sin que previamente se adelante un proceso riguroso de planificación.

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Apr 17th 2017

Learn how music can help reduce stress and improve your health, and well-being. You love music. You listen to music all the time. Maybe you sing, play an instrument, or compose music. You don’t need to have musical talent to use music to enhance your well being, and even your health.

Average: 7.5 (2 votes)
Apr 10th 2017

Did you ever wonder how music works? This course provides free video, audio and journal resources that explain six basic principles about how music can influence individual and community health and wellbeing. From biology and neuroscience, to psychotherapy and politics, the ways we engage with music can make all the difference. Music has always played an integral role in the lives of individuals and communities all around the globe.

Average: 5.5 (2 votes)
Mar 6th 2017

This course will explore the dynamic factors affecting the health and wellbeing of young people around the world, and how important it is for individuals, communities and nations that we improve the health and life chances of this important population group.

Average: 8.5 (2 votes)
Feb 20th 2017

It’s well known that good early nutrition is vital to the development, health and wellbeing of children, but what does this mean? The birth of a child is exciting and exhilarating. It can also be stressful and confusing.

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Feb 6th 2017

Discover what healthcare was like in ancient Greece and the Roman world with this free online course. What did being healthy in ancient Rome or Greece look like? How can we tell what wellbeing meant in ancient times? This course will help you investigate the health of people in ancient Greece and Rome, using both literary and archaeological evidence to uncover details of real life in ancient societies.

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Feb 6th 2017

Learn mindfulness techniques to reduce stress and improve your wellbeing and work/study performance in this free online course. Tired, distracted and stressed by the pace of modern life? Mindfulness might be the solution. Mindfulness is essentially about being more aware and awake in every moment of your life. It is about intentionally paying attention to each moment, being fully engaged in whatever is happening around and within you, with an attitude of friendliness and compassion.

Average: 7.3 (21 votes)
Feb 6th 2017

How can technology make you healthy? Learn about the design, application, implementation and evaluation of eHealth. eHealth refers to the use of technologies to improve well-being, health, and healthcare. It is an umbrella term that captures concepts about the health context, technology, and people. In this free online course, we will provide you with insight into the domain of eHealth, describe methods to develop eHealth, and explain theories that enable behaviour change and facilitate implementation.

Average: 6.5 (8 votes)
Jan 30th 2017

Find out how poems, plays and novels can help us understand and cope with deep emotional strain in this free online course. The great 18th century writer Dr Samuel Johnson, who suffered from severe bouts of depression, said “the only end of writing is to enable the reader better to enjoy life or better to endure it.” This free online course will explore how enjoying literature can help us to endure life.

Average: 5.6 (20 votes)
Jan 16th 2017

Demystify the complex and conflicting messages we hear about diet, health and lifestyle today, with this free online course. This free online course will help you understand the scientific basis of human nutrition, and current nutrition concepts and controversies.

Average: 5.3 (16 votes)
Dec 2nd 2016

Learn how to help those with intellectual disability achieve better health. This health course will examine the specific physical health issues that affect people with an intellectual disability including, oral health, syndrome specific health issues, health communication, especially for non-verbal patients, sexual health, and interactions between tertiary and primary healthcare systems.

Average: 6.3 (3 votes)
Oct 1st 2016

Explore existential themes in your personal and professional life. Develop strengths and counseling skills to improve your well-being and the well-being of others. This humanities course offers you the opportunity to explore what really matters in life and teaches you how to nurture your well-being and enhance the well-being of others.

Average: 9 (3 votes)