|1.||Investigate the meaning of knowledge and evidence and how this relates to decision making in global public health contexts;|
|2.||Exhibit evidence of enhanced personal knowledge, skills and attitudes they relate to the effective exercise of leadership within global health systems;|
|3.||Critically appraise information sources to prioritise initiatives and solve complex problems within global health systems;|
|4.||Articulate the rationale for systems thinking to intervene in and improve global health systems; and|
|5.||Substantiate evidence to influence decision-makers and impact policy to prioritise public health initiatives.|
|Assignment||Leadership within global health systems||10%|
|Literature Review||Critical review and appraisal to prioritise interventions to solve a complex global health problem (2000 words)||40%|
|Research Paper||Systems thinking to describe and intervene in global health systems (2500 words)||50%|
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