|1.||Critically evaluate key concepts and approaches in planetary health drawing upon origins and development of the discourse;|
|2.||Distinguish multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches drawing upon previous discipline framed knowledge and practice;|
|3.||Formulate advocacy perspectives from research evidence and through appreciation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander standpoints and perspectives;|
|4.||Propose and advocate a place-based planetary health approach to addressing a policy or organisational problem or issue;|
|5.||Articulate and apply place-based planetary health concepts to implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).|
|Literature Review||Review of 2-3 articles identifying and discussing key issues and concepts||20%|
|Review||Review a video foregrounding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander standpoints and perspectives||20%|
|Case Study||Develop a case study of a place-based intervention from within students’ professional field||30%|
|Report||Report (written & verbal) applying place-based planetary health concepts to implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)||30%|
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