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The Research Project is a capstone option within the Master of Public Health. Within the Research Project students will work in their chosen area of study with an appointed supervisor. Students will have the opportunity to undertake a literature review, develop research questions and undertake the research activities required to answer their research question. Activities include analysis of data, policy analysis, a small evaluation of a health program, a small qualitative research study, a systematic or narrative review of the literature, or the development of a research protocol. Some activities are only available in specific specialisations of the course.
Intended learning outcomes
Upon completion of this subject, students should have demonstrated their ability to:
- critically appraise the existing research evidence in a specific area
- formulate a research question based upon a synthesis of the existing research evidence
- design and justify an appropriate research method to answer the research question
- conduct or evaluate research in a specific area and summarise, analyse and interpret research findings
- Communicate research effectively and appropriately in oral and written form to an audience.
- Reflect on the research process undertaken and the opportunity for future improvements
Last updated: 2 December 2019