HMG7950 - Research Methods in Public Health
|1.||Apply the skills and knowledge acquired in their public health studies to a professional setting in global nutrition or active living;|
|2.||Conceptually map and interrogate the issues and challenges of designing, planning and implementing a public health project in an organisational environment (either in a community-based, regional, governmental or international setting) with reference to achieving strategic outcomes;|
|3.||Critically review, select and apply inquiry designs and methodologies appropriate to the completion of the professional project;|
|4.||Compose a reflective practice journal which will contribute to the formulation of lifelong learning strategies within their professional practice; and|
|5.||Produce a professional project report which meets both academic specialisations and conventions around the practice of public health.|
|Project||Log of hours and list of tasks worked on the project signed by the supervisor (1000 words)||10%|
|Journal||Learning journal involving a minimum of fifteen substantive entries (1000 words)||10%|
|Performance||End-of-project evaluation of student's performance by the project supervisor using a proficiency-based 'pro-forma'||15%|
|Presentation||End-of-project (2000 words)||15%|
|Report||Professional Project Report (7,000 words)||50%|
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