HMG7100 - Foundations of Public Health
HMG7200 - Public Health in Practice
HMG7220 - Culture and Society in Public Health
|1.||Assess trends in global migration and debate their implications for public health;|
|2.||Diagnose the range of health problems experienced by specific migrant populations;|
|3.||Critically evaluate and apply conceptual frameworks to analyse the determinants of health in specific migrant populations;|
|4.||Propose and justify strategies to address the health issues of migrant populations and evaluate the challenges inherent in their implementation; and|
|5.||Advocate the role of nutrition and active living in public health for specific migrant populations.|
|Other||Blog on current news and issues affecting migrant populations and extrapolate how this relates to health and health outcomes (1000 words)||20%|
|Assignment||Written assignment on migration and health topic of interest (2000 words)||30%|
|Case Study||Case study on a specific migrant population (2000 words)||30%|
|Presentation||Presentation on case study (10 mins) (equivalent 1000 words)||20%|
Migration and Health; A research Methods Handbook
Schencker, M.B., Caseneda, X. & Rodriguez-Lainz (editors) (2014)
University of California Press
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