You will conduct a research project by critically examining and applying the principles and practice of Public Health; which may include a critical review of existing literature or existing data. You will present the project in a style and quality appropriate to a research report. You will be required to critically appraise the relevant literature and conduct a systematic investigation in order to improve the current understanding of your chosen topic and inform your professional practice Knowledge and Understanding: Successful students will typically: – Source and critically interpret different sources of information (literature, clinical data, interview/questionnaire responses, etc) that contribute to existing knowledge on the selected topic. – Apply methods for analysing information and data appropriate to the hypotheses/questions, associated with the selected topic and the aim of the project. – Discuss and/or challenge subject related theory, models and opinions. – Present the findings of the project in a style and quality appropriate to a research report. – Draw conclusions within the context of existing, published materials, including the wider implications of the project and identify possible avenues for future study. Skills and Attributes: Successful students will typically: – Plan and carry out a research investigation. – Gather, analyse and interpret information and data obtained during a research investigation. – Present, justify and defend the findings and implications of the research in the form of a project report.
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