The Graduate Certificate in Public Health is a multidisciplinary health course designed for public health practitioners and others wanting to develop skills and knowledge in public health. Students can select from one of five majors within the course. Students undertake core units covering a broad range of public health issues and these units can be credited towards further study in the either the Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health or the Masters of Public Health.
Students can enter the course at three levels, the Graduate Certificate in Public Health; the Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health; or the Master of Public Health. The course structure is integrated to enable students to move from the Graduate Certificate level or the Postgraduate Diploma level to the Master of Public Health.
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Health Research Methods
Concepts in Health Promotion Planning
Foundations of Public Health
apply discipline specific knowledge in an area of public health
think critically in problem solving and decision making
access and use information technology to access, evaluate and interpret public health data and transform information to complete a range of activities
communicate effectively in various settings and/or for different audiences within the context of public health activities
use current technologies applicable to public health
demonstrate responsibility for personal outputs
explain how different national contexts impact on the health of individuals and communities
demonstrate an awareness of the impact of inequities and social disadvantage on the health of individuals and community
demonstrate the ability to work effectively as an individual and within a team environment.
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