Note: This is an archived Handbook entry from 2016.
|Year and Campus:||2016|
Dr Sharon Licqurish
Primary care refers to the care a patient receives upon first contact with the health care system, before referral elsewhere within the system, as well as the care received after exiting hospital. The aim of primary care is to provide the patient with a broad spectrum of preventive and curative care over a period of time as well as to coordinate all of the care the patient receives. Primary care research is multidisciplinary and aims to improve the evidence base for best practice in the primary care setting. This specialisation will allow a focus on the aspects of research method which are particular to primary care research or on a content area of particular relevance to this setting.
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|Structure & Available Subjects:||
Standard 200 Point Program (no Advanced Standing):
FIVE core subjects and TEN elective subjects and the Capstone Selective POPH90227 Public Health in Practice OR
Students granted 25 Credit Points Advanced Standing:
FIVE core subjects and EIGHT elective subjects and the Capstone Selective POPH90227 Public Health in Practice OR
Students granted 50 Credit Points Advanced Standing:
FOUR core subjects and SEVEN elective subjects and the Capstone Selective POPH90227 Public Health in Practice OR
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Study Period Commencement:
To be chosen by the student in consultation with the Specialisation Coordinator in the Department of General Practice.
There are three Capstone options to choose from - please refer to the Course Entry for detailed information on each of these:
Master of Public Health |
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