|1.||Critically analyse physical (in)activity data (including 'at risk' groups), policies and programs (including the use of individual and population level-interventions) using a social determinants model of health;|
|2.||Contextualise physical activity knowledge and experiences within the broader structure of health and sport systems in Australia; and,|
|3.||Articulate the relationship between physical activity, society and public health for a non-specialist audience.|
|Essay||Written task: Topic responses||30%|
|Assignment||Observation and contextualisation of physical activity in practice||40%|
|Assignment||Group project: Physical activity, society and public health podcast episode||30%|
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