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C Stevenson (B)
equivalent 2 hours per week
Online teaching methods require internet access. Please refer to the most current computer specifications.
This unit aims to enable public health practitioners to use quantitative research as a fundamental input to their practice. It focuses on building students‟ abilities to interpret and critically evaluate relevant epidemiological research literature including reports, research articles and systematic reviews. The unit aims to enable students to understand the main uses of epidemiology in public health explore basic epidemiological study designs, tools and methods, interpret basic study findings in the epidemiological literature; and apply key issues in critically appraising health research literature.
Assignment 1 (equivalent 1000 words) 20%, assignment 2 (equivalent 1500 words) 30%, and the final examination (2 hours) 50%.
Webb, P & Bain, C 2011, Essential epidemiology: an introduction for students and health professionals, Cambridge University Press.
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