|1.||Identify and interrogate key national and global charters, conventions and policies. promoting physical activity and evaluate their impact in a variety of contemporary and emerging contexts including low and middle income countries;|
|2.||Conceptually map the roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders in physical activity across public, private and civil society and investigate models of cross-sectoral collaboration;|
|3.||Deconstruct existing policy analysis frameworks in order to deduce a model that can then be applied to a particular policy issue or reform within their scope of practice;|
|4.||Investigate and recommend generic strategies by which physical activity policy translates to practical public health interventions; and|
|5.||Formulate and justify a brief policy statement around a particular physical activity-related public health issue.|
|Report||Policy Analysis - Audit (concepts, language, discourse, author, audience) and comparison of two (2) selected policy texts (1500 words equivalent)||20%|
|Case Study||Policy to Practice: A Case Study (4000 words equivalent)||50%|
|Presentation||Policy Formulation: Response to Public Health Issue (Active Living) (2000 words equivalvent)||30%|
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