In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
This subject will develop students’ skills and knowledge related to the philosophy and practice of qualitative research in public health. Students will explore the different perspectives and opportunities offered by different qualitative paradigms for public health research and apply to a public health issue. Students will explore and critique assumptions and techniques associated with different qualitative research methodologies applicable to research in public health and consider design issues, ethical considerations, qualitative data collection methods, data analysis and reporting techniques.
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- Case Study (25%)
- Fieldwork report of two in-depth interviews (35%)
- Research Report (40%)
Master of Public Health
- Public Health Capstone Stream
- Public Health Research Stream