HMG7950 - Research Methods in Public Health
Students are required to achieve a Distinction or above in HMG7950.
|1.||Exhibit an integrated and comprehensive understanding of literature relating to an approved topic;|
|2.||Successfully apply for ethical approval to undertake their research;|
|3.||Determine suitable study design, research questions and suitable methods for data collection and analysis;|
|4.||Critically analyse and reflect on information and research with the aim of contributing to a contemporary or emerging body of knowledge or practice;|
|5.||Interpret and disseminate research information to a range of specialist and non-specialist audiences; and|
|6.||Utilise specialised cognitive and technical skills to independently plan, design and produce a minor research thesis which aligns with conventions for academic scholarship.|
|Presentation||20 minute oral presentation given at the conclusion of the unit||20%|
|Thesis||The thesis will comprise a ‘ready-for-submission’ journal article (6,000 words) with an expanded methods section (additional 2000–3000 words)||80%|
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