|1.||Demonstrate an integrated and comprehensive understanding of literature relating to an approved topic;|
|2.||Critically analyse, review and reflect on information and research with the aim of contributing to a new body of knowledge or practice;|
|3.||Interpret and disseminate research information to a range of informed and lay audiences;|
|4.||Utilise specialised cognitive and technical skills to conduct a substantial independent research project under supervision with a high level of personal autonomy and accountability; and|
|5.||Critically evaluate the role of the Exercise Physiologist in evidence-based clinical research and its translation to practice.|
|Presentation||A presentation addressing the role of the researcher AEP, in the context of their individual research project (hurdle).||0%|
|Thesis||A written thesis assessed by at least two expert examiners from an appropriate area of expertise (approximately 10-12,000 words).||100%|
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