• Demonstrate critical understanding of ethical and political issues facing contemporary and historical health policy in local, national and global contexts. • Demonstrate knowledge and critical understanding of the philosophical, political, cultural and ethical perspectives of public health and health promotion. • Critically analyse and evaluate the drivers of health inequalities as well as the politics, practices and ethics of public health and health promotion. • Demonstrate the critical ability to link evidence with policy and practice. • Translate and apply theoretical concepts, principles and related policies to public health and health promotion contexts. Write 400 words for each question 1 -5 below. Include 3-4 references to provide substantive evidence of any claims you make for each question Where appropriate, include personal anecdotes. Q:1 Whose responsibility is health? Do governments have a role to play, or is it purely down to individual choice? Discuss this issue and back up your argument with relevant scholarly evidence. Q:2 What is the role of interest groups, lobbyists, and mass media in agenda setting? Choose a global health policy issue to help explain how all three of these influence agenda setting. Q:3 Compare how health policies are formed in two countries of your choice, ensuring you address stages 1-3 of the policy formulation process. Q:4 Why do you think that some health programmes driven by foreign donors in low and middle-income countries have been less successful than expected? What kinds of problems do health ministers face in these countries when implementing such programmes? Q:5 Why are monitoring, evaluating, and reviewing new health policies important? Support your argument with evidence-based research.