|1.||Critically formulate, evaluate and rationalise your choice to investigate a significant issue in your specialisation area;|
|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.||Conduct a critical review of the literature;|
|4.||Demonstrate skills in analysing, interpreting and disseminating project results;|
|5.||Deliberate the implications of potential project findings for public health practice; and|
|6.||Report findings in a professional project report which meets both academic specialisations and conventions around the practice of public health.|
|Assignment||Identify a public health topic and justify a related intervention (500 words)||10%|
|Presentation||Develop a project plan on your chosen public health topic including a review of the literature; (1500 words)||30%|
|Report||Professional project report (3000 words)||60%|
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