Welbeing and health behavior is part of the social services curriculum group, the wellbeing group. Aleksander Pulver, Head of the Academic Direction of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, has been the leader and pioneer of the programme.
Prosperity and its management is a growing industry based on evidence-based theories of healthy living and disease prevention. Estonia's activities in promoting health to population, health research and health services, and community-based health promotion, as well as the widespread use of e-services, allow us to share our experiences with citisens of other countries.
Knowledge of the regularities of people's well-being and formation is an important area of work that contributes to the functioning of a society that supports human development and well-being. Among other things, welfare is seen as the key, solving many social problems now and in the future.
Future graduates of "Wellbeing and health behaviour" find employment in a variety of fields, such as education, health care, healthcare organizations.