Public Health Response to Climate Change
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- analyse the impact of climate change on the health of commsubjecties at a local and global level
- develop public health strategies to respond to and prepare for climate change impacts on health
- critique arguments relating to climate change mitigation and adaptation measures from the perspective of health benefits and harm.
- The unit outine will have the topics listed.
MPH682 replaces HTHM805 in the 2014 version of the Master of Public Health and the Graduate Diploma of Public Health. Students who have passed HTHM805 will have it counted to their degree.
No special requirements
- Case Study (35%)
- Assignment (35%)
- Invigilated Exam (30%)