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Master of Public Health - Dissertation




Master of Public Health - Dissertation
60 credits


Detailed Description

The master’s dissertation is a cumulation of your learning and knowledge gained from undertaking the modules during your master’s journey to independently carry out a piece of research, either through conducting a literature review, original primary research (small scale study) or writing of a substantial research proposal (that can be taken forward for doctoral study) on a topic aligned to public health and your research interests.

Module Content: Skills resources online via Moodle

• How to choose your research topic and develop an original research question (L01)

• How to choose an appropriate and feasible research design in order to answer your research question? (LO1)

• How to develop a literature search strategy (L02)

• Critical appraisal of literature using standardised tools (L02)

• How to navigate ethical and research governance issues (LO3)

• Methods of data collection/extraction (L04)

• Analysis and synthesis of data (L04)

• Writing up your project (L05)

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