|1.||Cross-examine the direct and indirect pathways that connect human health, the environment and climate change;|
|2.||Diagnose the impact of environmental risks and climate change on the health of diverse populations;|
|3.||Articulate the concepts of vulnerability, mitigation, resilience and adaptation as they apply to environmental risks and climate change;|
|4.||Critically appraise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander approaches to public health protection frameworks, policies, strategies and responses to environmental risks; and|
|5.||Using systems thinking, plan public health local responses to identified environmental risks.|
|Assignment||Identify an effect of climate change that negatively impacts population health (500 words)||10%|
|Essay||Diagnose the impact of environmental events on public health (2500 words)||50%|
|Report||Plan a public health response to an environmental risk (2000 words).||40%|
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