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1 Postgraduate Programs Public Health and Health Management 2015 Never Stand Still Medicine School of Public Health and Community Medicine The School of Public Health and Community Medicine offers postgraduate coursework and research programs in Public Health, International Public Health and Health Management at UNSW in Sydney, Australia

2 Contents Key dates for 2015 Welcome to SPHCM 1 Welcome from the Dean 4 UNSW at a glance 5 About the School 6 Why study with us? 7 UNSW Health Workforce Programs 9 Internship 11 Our learning and teaching 12 Choose your program 13 Program summary table 14 Key terms 16 Public Health Programs 18 New program: Infectious Diseases Intelligence 32 International Public Health Programs 35 Health Management Programs 41 MHM-MBA 47 Health Systems Leadership and UNSW 48 Dual Masters Programs 50 Summer School 56 Course selection 57 SPHCM 60 Research Degree Programs 61 Professional Doctorate UNSW Future Health Leaders Program 64 How to apply 66 Cost of study 69 Key contacts within UNSW 71 Student resources and services 72 Course descriptions 74 Academic research interests 81 School contacts 84 The SPHCM academic year is divided into three semesters - Semester 1 (T1) and Semester 2 (T2) consist of 12 teaching weeks + 1 week residential school + 3 weeks examination period, and Summer Term (U1) consists of 8 teaching weeks. There are short mid-semester breaks of approximately one week in each teaching period and a slightly longer break in the middle of the Summer Term over the Christmas and New Year period. There is a mid-year break of approximately 4 weeks in June/July and a break of 3 weeks in February. Semester (T1): 2 March 29 June 2015 Postgraduate Residential Week - Students attend workshops in Sydney Semester 1 (T1) begins February March Semester 1 fee payment deadline End Week 1 Semester 1 census date - discontinuation without failure/financial penalty Last date to discontinue Semester 1 courses (still liable for fees) Mid-semester break Semester Timetable released Semester 2 enrolments commence Publication of final Semester 1 Examination Timetable Last day of Semester 1 teaching period Examination Period Results available on myunsw Semester (T2): 27 July 24 November 2015 Postgraduate Residential Week - Students attend workshops in Sydney Semester 2 (T2) begins 31 March Mid April 3 12 April Mid April End April Early May 5 June June Mid July July July Semester 2 fee payment deadline End Week 1 Semester 2 census date - discontinuation without failure/financial penalty Last date to discontinue Semester 2 courses (still liable for fees) Semester Timetable released Mid-semester break Summer Term and Semester enrolment commences Publication of final Semester 2 Examination Timetable Last day of Semester 2 teaching period Examination Period Results available on myunsw 31 August Early September Mid September 26 September 5 October Mid October Mid October 30 October Summer Term (U1): 16 November February November Early December

3 Welcome to SPHCM RAINA MACINTYRE Head of School Professor of Infectious Diseases Epidemiology School of Public Health and Community Medicine University of New South Wales UNSW Sydney NSW 2052, Australia Tel: +61 (2) sphcm.med.unsw.edu.au facebook.com/sphcmunsw twitter.com/sphcmunsw linkedin.com/groups/ SPHCMUNSW The School of Public Health and Community Medicine (SPHCM) at UNSW Medicine recognises the unique position of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia s culture and history. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have inhabited Australia for well over 50,000 years and their unique cultures and identities are bound up with the land and sea. This recognition is central to the functioning of our School. SPHCM is committed to excellence in research, teaching and action to promote health, prevent disease and strengthen health systems within Australia and internationally. We have an extensive alumni network in Australia, the Asia-Pacific and beyond. Many of our alumni are leaders in the health sector, and these relationships place us at the forefront of translation of research into practice. SPHCM staff bring experience from multiple disciplines and local, national, and international settings. Our teaching is strongly influenced by our research and our research informs our teaching; both contribute directly to improving the design and delivery of health care programs and services in Australia and internationally. At UNSW, our teaching and training is designed to be applied, practical and relevant to the workforce. We are the first choice for employers who want work-ready graduates. We offer a suite of courses in public health, international public health and health management, and popular dual degree options. Our graduate Summer School in public health and health management can be taken by coursework students, but also as stand-alone courses for professional upskilling. We provide flexible learning opportunities with faceto-face and distance education options, as well as a mix of short courses and semester long courses. We continually keep abreast of new developments in education and educational theory, and have a dedicated team of learning and teaching experts who inform the design of our courses. SPHCM is at the forefront of UNSW s initiatives in developing MOOCS, with a new offering in Introduction to Health Leadership. Courses are constantly being evaluated, updated and improved based on student feedback, changing needs and new knowledge. The UNSW Health Management program is growing both in scope and in student numbers. The program, the largest and oldest of its kind in Australia, is accredited by both the Royal Australasian College of Health Administrators and the Australasian College of Health Services Management. Over recent years, the program has expanded to include Postgraduate Prospectus 1

4 dual degrees (Health Management/ Public Health, Health Management/ International Public Health) and more recently has added the first of its specialisations a Master of Public Health/Health Management in Economic Evaluation, along with our joint MHM and the MBA program at SRM University in India. We have been fortunate enough to help facilitate and support the development senior managers and key leaders in health systems across Australia and across the globe, and are currently working on new growth areas including the management and leadership of aged and primary care, and disaster response We offer the largest Master of Public Health (MPH) program in the state, but understand that many people seek specialised careers in public health. To facilitate career advantage, we offer MPH specialisation streams with the area of specialisation appearing on the testamur at graduation. These are: Quantitative Research Methods, Health Economic Evaluation, Infectious Diseases Epidemiology and Control, Social Research, Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing, International Health, Health Promotion, and Primary Health Care. Each MPH specialisation option is underpinned by flagship areas of research strength in our School. This means that UNSW specialist MPH degrees are taught by leading research experts in the field, with the additional benefit of interaction within an active research environment. For those interested in international health, our Master of International Public Health (MIPH) equips graduates for a career in international health. We now offer internships for our Masters by coursework students, which allow you to apply the knowledge you gain in your coursework to a real health workplace. We have a range of exciting domestic and international internship options including the World Health Organization (South-East Asian Regional Office), community health in urban and rural India (through SRM University), and a range of Australian public and private sector organisations, all of which allow you to make valuable contacts and gain relevant work experience. Internships are highly sought after and merit-based. The internship is a course and appears on the academic transcript. For clinicians and other health professionals who need upskilling, we offer a range of graduate diplomas and certificates. Our newest offering is a graduate diploma and certificate in Infectious Diseases Intelligence, which can be taken fully online, face-to-face or in blended mode. This suits busy clinicians and other health professionals who wish to gain skills in public health aspects of infectious diseases. Options for students who seek to develop a research career include research only degrees or a combination of coursework and research. Our flagship areas of research are an indication of potential fields of research for degrees, but a wide range of supervisors in other research areas are available. Students with a coursework Masters degree from the School will be considered for entry into the PhD program if they have successfully completed a research project and obtained a credit average or above. Our largest areas of research strengths are in global health, primary health care, infectious diseases epidemiology, Indigenous health, health systems management and leadership and social science. We have expertise in many other areas. Some of the other highlights in our school include the Football United program, and our strength in health promotion and noncommunicable disease control. We are very strong in both quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, with a mix of social scientists, qualitative researchers, clinical researchers, epidemiologists and mathematical modellers at SPHCM. We have a strong track record in attracting research funding from NHMRC, ARC and AusAID (DFAT), including a current NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence in Population Health. We have several NHMRC post-doctoral fellows within SPHCM conducting a range of exciting research programs. In 2014, I also secured a position for SPHCM as an official member of the WHO s Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN), on the strength of our infectious diseases field epidemiology expertise. I was also involved in founding a new national network, ARM (www.arm.org.au), 2 School of Public Health and Community Medicine

5 for infectious diseases emergency response, which works in partnership with GOARN and other agencies to improve Australia s response capacity. ARM was operationalised in November 2013 in response to Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines and was formally launched in June This is an opportunity for the SPHCM community to be part of an important initiative and to contribute to international infectious diseases outbreak responses. Professor Richard Taylor, Director of our International Public Health Program, was also involved in the successful bid of UNSW to join the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU), which is another opportunity for SPHCM staff and students. Raina MacIntyre receiving the Peter Baume Public Health Impact Prize from Emeritus Professor Peter Baume AC for significant international impact and career achievement in public health SPHCM is a dynamic, international community of staff, alumni, practitioners and students. We offer opportunities for you to engage with our staff, many of whom are leading international experts in their fields, and also to connect and interact with your fellow course participants and to develop and sustain these relationships into the future as alumni of UNSW. We also offer our students a range of diverse and stimulating continuing education activities, seminars and workshops to enhance the learning experience. I look forward to welcoming you to our School and to the UNSW community. RAINA MACINTYRE HEAD OF SCHOOL PROFESSOR OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES EPIDEMIOLOGY Raina MacIntyre is a public health physician and an expert in infectious diseases epidemiology. She is involved in studies of the transmission and prevention of infections in populations. Her most significant research is on the transmission and control of infectious diseases spread by the respiratory route. She has current research projects encompassing clinical trials and epidemiologic studies of face masks, vaccines, antivirals and other preventive measures in communicable diseases control. She also has projects in special risk populations such as health care workers, immunosuppressed, refugees and the frail elderly. Among many competitive grants, she leads a NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence in Population Health in immunisation. She has over 245 publications in peer-reviewed journals and she also sits on several national and international expert groups and on editorial boards of international journals. Among numerous career awards, she received the Sir Henry Wellcome Medal and Prize, from the US military in 2007 for her work on bioterrorism, and has previously been awarded the Australian Society for Infectious Diseases Award for Advanced Research in Infectious Diseases (2003). She won the 2012 Dean s award at UNSW and the 2014 National Immunisation Achievement Award from the Public Health Association of Australia, as well as the 2014 Peter Baume Public Health Impact Prize. She conceived and initiated the MPH Specialisation in Infectious Diseases, the new Internship program at SPHCM, as well as the UNSW Future Health Leaders Program, of which she was the Founding Director from , all part of her vision to make health learning relevant to the workplace and to break down the barriers between academia and workforce in health. She has also led important teaching collaborations in India, taking the UNSW brand to India and fostering mutually beneficial relationships in health education. In 2014, SPHCM started a new initiative in online learning with the prestigious Apollo Group in India, through their Medvarsity business, which offers medical education in India and around the world. She teaches across undergraduate medicine and postgraduate coursework programs, and supervises graduate research students. She has a passion for field-based epidemiology training and in developing models of workforce training that are relevant and current for the public health and health service workforce. She is a co-director of the national ARM network (www.arm.org.au) for emergency response in infectious diseases. As Head of School, she is committed to excellence at SPHCM, UNSW Medicine and UNSW, and to building and fostering the vibrant, international community of our staff, students and alumni. Postgraduate Prospectus 3

6 Welcome from the Dean PROFESSOR PETER SMITH Dean, UNSW Medicine It is my pleasure to introduce you to Medicine at the University of New South Wales. UNSW Medicine is one of Australia s largest and most active medical schools. We have close affiliations with many of the nation s finest hospitals, research institutes and health care organisations. We provide both undergraduate programs and postgraduate education in a range of disciplines. An underlying principle at UNSW Medicine is the link between teaching and research. Our staff greatly value the opportunity to teach whilst pursuing their research. Many of our staff are doctors, public health specialists, and other health care professionals who are major contributors to the delivery of clinical care, population health and health services management. Our students are a rich resource. We have a broad mix of students from many backgrounds, with metropolitan, rural and international students all represented in large numbers. Our teaching and learning methods encourage a student-centred approach. Through the School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW Medicine is proud to teach Australian and international future leaders in public health and health services management. I was delighted in 2014 to see the growth of the prestigious UNSW Future Health Leaders program which has attracted senior health leader candidates from around Australia and the world, and note that Harvard University has created a similar program one year after we initiated this program. This is truly a pioneering international initiative which makes academia relevant to the needs of the health sector. I was also very pleased to see the growth of the internship program at SPHCM, another major innovation that makes SPHCM a leader in innovative new approaches to education. I am also delighted to be part of the collaborative initiative in e-learning with India s Apollo Group through its Medvarsity arm. In 2014 a joint Medvarsity-UNSW course in infectious diseases was launched. At UNSW, we are breaking new ground in health education, and this is a very exciting time for us. SPHCM has exciting offerings in 2015, including internships in international and domestic organisations, as well as a new specialisations MPH in quantitative research methods and social research. It has been exciting to work with SPHCM in strengthening our links with Asia, particularly India and China. The articulation program between the SPHCM UNSW MHM and the SRM University (India) MBA is a wonderful way to build understanding and knowledge exchange between Australia and India, and I was very pleased to visit SRM University and be part of this initiative. Internationalisation is part of my vision for UNSW Medicine, and SPHCM is leading the way. I am also pleased to see SPHCM lead the way and be a co-founder of the new national ARM network, an important contribution to Australia s infectious diseases emergency response capability. Our alumni work around the world and contribute to the effective, efficient and equitable delivery of health services to populations. We are committed to helping you develop the knowledge, skills and values necessary to enrich your career. We look forward to welcoming you as a member of our community. 4 School of Public Health and Community Medicine

7 UNSW at a glance The University of New South Wales is one of Australia s leading research and teaching universities. Established in 1949, it is ranked among the top 60 universities in the world, renowned for the quality of its graduates and its world class research. With more than 50,000 students from over 120 countries, it is one of Australia s most cosmopolitan universities. UNSW is a founding member of the Group of Eight, a coalition of Australia s leading research-intensive universities, and of the prestigious international network Universitas 21. We offer an extensive range of flexible undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs along with state-ofthe-art learning facilities, providing our students with a world-class education. To help our students reach their full potential we offer more than 1,500 scholarships annually and a full suite of support services. Innovative research and teaching together with strong international and industry links give our graduates a competitive edge enjoying top starting salaries and employment rates. To help ensure our research makes a practical impact, we work closely with industry. UNSW is a vibrant research university committed to making a difference through pioneering research and preparing the next generation of talented global citizens for career success. As a leading Australian research university we focus on areas critical to the future from climate change and renewable energies to life-saving medical treatments and breakthrough technologies. Our green and contemporary campus provides more on-site accommodation than any other university in NSW as well as high quality sporting and recreational facilities. The main UNSW campus is located on a 38 hectare site at Kensington, seven kilometres from the centre of Sydney. Other major campuses are the College of Fine Arts in the Sydney suburb of Paddington and UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy. In addition to UNSW Canberra at ADFA, UNSW has eight faculties Arts and Social Sciences; Built Environment; Engineering; Law; Medicine; Science; the Australian School of Business; and the College of Fine Arts which offer an extensive range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs. See UNSW at a glance: unsw.edu.au/about-us/unsw-glance Living in Sydney Sydney is one of the world s most highly rated cities in terms of quality of life with a pleasant temperate climate. It is a vibrant cosmopolitan world city with spectacular landmarks, iconic beaches, world heritage areas and a lush hinterland. Sydney is renowned for its cultural and commercial centre, and includes extensive shopping precincts in the central business district and suburbs. Located on the southern coast of the state of New South Wales, it is the largest city in Australia with a population of over 4.5 million. SPHCM is located on the main UNSW campus in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, between the city and the ocean beaches, and close to Sydney Airport. The campus is just 20 minutes from the city centre and is easily accessible by public transportation. See Living in Sydney: living-sydney/sydney-lifestyle Postgraduate Prospectus 5

8 About the School The School of Public Health and Community Medicine (SPHCM) at the University of New South Wales is a leader in public health, community medicine, health management and health systems strengthening. Our mission is to promote health, prevent disease and to strengthen health systems. Our graduates form a network of highly skilled health leaders in Australia, the Asia-Pacific region and beyond, trained to work at the interface of education, research and translation of evidence into policy and practice. Being part of SPHCM is to belong to an international community of practice, scholarship and learning. The School of Public Health and Community Medicine (SPHCM) and the University recognise the unique position of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia s culture and history. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have inhabited Australia for well over 50,000 years and their unique cultures and identities are bound up with the land and sea. This recognition is central to the functioning of our School. SPHCM is a leading Australian and international school for the related disciplines of public health, health management and community medicine, with an extensive alumni network in Australia, the Asia-Pacific and beyond. We are a leading postgraduate educator in Australia and the Asia- Pacific region through the delivery of our high quality, state of the art teaching and learning opportunities in public health, international public health and health management. Whether your career direction is in research or health systems, we have a diverse range of offerings in postgraduate coursework and research degrees to meet every need. This includes the largest and oldest Health Management program in Australia, a large MPH and MIPH program and a range of MPH specialisations which are aligned with areas of research strengths in the School. At UNSW, our educational approach is designed to be applied, practical and relevant to the workforce. To meet this aim, we now also offer highly coveted, select international and domestic internships for our masters by coursework students. Many of our alumni are leaders in the health sector, and these relationships place us at the forefront of translation of research into practice. We seek to promote health, prevent disease and strengthen health systems in Australia and the region, and continually work at the interface of research translation. Our School is committed to excellence in research, learning and teaching and action to enhance public health and health services. SPHCM staff bring experience from multiple disciplines and have experience in local, national, and international settings. Our teaching is strongly influenced by our research and our research informs our teaching. Both teaching and research contribute directly to improving the design and delivery of health care programs and services in Australia and internationally. We have a vibrant and active research culture, evidenced in the activities of our many research students and academic staff, our track record of high impact publications and our successful history of research grants. We have methodological expertise across a range of research approaches, including epidemiology, clinical trials, modelling and biostatistics, 6 School of Public Health and Community Medicine

9 social sciences and ethnographic methods. Our research is funded from both competitive (NHMRC, ADRAS and ARC) and other non competitive sources, and we have strong partnerships with government, the community, health authorities and non-government agencies. The School has six flagship research areas defined by a large critical mass of staff and students with expertise in the field; SPHCM has an international profile in its core flagship areas of research: Global Health Infectious Diseases Epidemiology Primary Health Care Indigenous Health Social Research Health Systems Leadership and Management (incorporating the Human Resources for Health Hub) As a School we believe that the research and teaching nexus is vital in ensuring translation of research evidence into policy and practice. This is the school to be at if you have a genuine passion for the health of populations, if you want to contribute to health systems strengthening, and seek to be part of an international community of scholarship, health leadership and practice. Why study with us? Leading postgraduate educator The School is a leading postgraduate educator in public health and health management in Australia and other regions in the Asia- Pacific through our Public Health, International Public Health, and Health Management programs. We deliver high quality teaching to our diverse body of students across a range of programs. Our teaching staff are not only experts in their field but the majority of them also practise in their area of expertise, providing a strong link between theory and practice. Our teaching: Is responsive to the needs of both international and local students, building on the experiences our students bring to their learning. Promotes high levels of interaction and collaboration through innovative delivery methods, including online learning. Undergoes continual improvement, through the evaluative processes at university, faculty and school levels. Is relevant to the workplace, with many opportunities to apply theoretical knowledge to practice, such as our Masters internship program and the UNSW Future Health Leaders program. Flexible program delivery Technological developments have had an enormous impact on the way in which our courses are taught. The School has substantial expertise in flexible modes of education delivery, including part-time and distance learning, and we are continually exploring flexible and innovative ways of using new technologies to offer a wider range of creative learning opportunities. Our postgraduate coursework and research programs are available full-time or part-time, face-toface or by distance mode. Enhanced career prospects Our postgraduate programs are aimed at clinicians, managers, consultants, educators and allied health professionals who are interested in contributing to improving health delivery, as well as advancing their careers. Our graduates occupy senior positions in hospitals, government area health services and public health units, health service organisations, non-government organisations, aid agencies, research centres and training institutions in Australia, the Asia-Pacific region and around the globe. Our new internships also offer a chance for students to gain experience and make valuable contacts in prestigious health organisations. Teaching and research staff experienced leaders in their field Our staff bring experience from multiple disciplines and have experience in local, national, and international settings. We have well over 100 academic and research staff, as well as hundreds of conjoint and adjunct staff who practice, teach and research in clinical schools, hospitals, research centres, private practice and community-based services throughout New South Wales, Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. The School plays a key role in enhancing health care systems in New South Wales, nationally and internationally, and seeks strong interactions with communities and with local, state and national health services. Professional recognition Our health management program is accredited by the Australian College of Health Service Executives. It is also recognised as providing the core competencies required for individuals wishing to apply for Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Medical Administrators (RACMA). Please note that RACMA has specific requirements that must be fulfilled for the courses taken by candidates. Potential Fellowship candidates should check with RACMA what these requirements are before selecting their electives in the MHM program. Postgraduate Prospectus 7

10 Strength in research The School has a vibrant and active research culture, evidenced in the work of our many research students (over 155 enrolled) and academic staff, our significant track record of research publications, our successful history of obtaining research grants, and the multi-disciplinary backgrounds and experience of our academic and research staff. In addition to academic staff based in the School, our many conjoint staff and those within our affiliated Research Centres contribute to our research profile. Research projects range in scope from randomised controlled trials to qualitative studies, and are funded by many sources including the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), AusAID (DFAT) and the Australian Research Council (ARC). Our research is strongly underpinned by a commitment to improving health and addressing equity. We focus on finding real life solutions to the increasingly complex problems faced by populations, practitioners and policy makers. Much of the research we do is highly collaborative, drawing upon a variety of disciplinary backgrounds ensuring a dynamic and challenging intellectual basis for research of the highest quality. Major research strengths within the school include: Global Health Indigenous Health Infectious Diseases Epidemiology Primary Health Care Social Research Health Systems Leadership and Management (incorporating the Human Resources for Health Hub) We also have expertise in many other areas, including health policy development and analysis, leadership and teamwork; health economics; health promotion; sexual health; preventing and managing major population health challenges (infectious diseases, HIV/ AIDS, alcohol, tobacco and drugs, injuries and violence, chronic disease); community participation, ethics, equity and diversity; and research methods (qualitative methods, epidemiology and statistics). STUDENT PROFILE Alexandra Brown Master of International Public Health I decided to undertake an MIPH as I was considering a public health degree as an extension of both my work at MSF Australia (the representative office of international medical-humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors without Borders for Australia and New Zealand) where I am employed as a Medical Communications officer and also personal interest. I also have two colleagues who had completed their MIPH at UNSW and spoke of it highly, so it really was an easy decision. There are a couple of important concepts that have woven through my studies so far. One is the idea of a strengths-based approach. You can t look at a situation or context from a deficit point of view, concentrating only on what, in your mind, has gone wrong, or needs to be fixed. You need to harness what s working already, and build on that. At the same time, there s no point studying an MIPH and then not trying to be an agent of change in some way, because the public health challenges internationally are great, and it feels like there will never be enough attention given to effective approaches to improving the lives of the many people missing out on basic quality of life and well-being in the world. So the aim is to balance the two approaches. One of the most enjoyable aspects of my studies so far has been the exchange of ideas with my fellow students and lecturers. The MIPH student profile is very broad, with a substantial cohort of overseas students. Their presence can t help but add to the real-time relevance of the content and discussions. Every day our studies have had very practical applications in a context familiar to one of us, or have directly informed a pressing issue receiving media attention either locally or globally. New students may find the first weeks of study quite daunting, but my advice is not to panic! By Week 5 it truly starts to gel, and you feel very excited at the critical foundation you ve established for much deeper analysis and lateral thinking. I came into the MIPH without a set path or destination, but very keen to develop a sharper view of macro and micro global health contexts and how they connect. Studying the MIPH has given me this. I understand that the big picture the complex web of geopolitical and socio-economic forces, historical and current cannot be ignored. Yet it should never overwhelm the peoplecentred small picture, where results need to be achieved in tangible and lasting ways. I m confident this perspective is already enhancing my current communications work but I can now offer additional skills including statistical analysis, research approaches and program design. I look forward to deploying as much of this as possible to collaborate with colleagues or partners working in resource-poor settings. 8 School of Public Health and Community Medicine

11 UNSW Health Workforce Programs: Professional education, development and training Tailored, Work-Ready Solutions The UNSW School of Public Health and Community Medicine Health Workforce Programs are a new and exciting addition to the education and learning profile of the School. The programs bring together existing elements in curriculum, with a range of new offerings aimed at developing health professionals, staff, managers, policy makers and researchers at every stage and level of their career and across all types of health systems and services. The demands on healthcare workers both in Australia and internationally continue to change as the health, disease and demographic profiles of communities change. Health systems and services are constantly facing new and often previously unknown challenges in the face of crises, emergencies and disasters and the emergence of new communicable diseases. At the same time they are dealing with the ongoing pressures of delivering effective, efficient, equitable and most of all safe healthcare, all within a resource constrained environment and in many countries, with a shrinking and ageing workforce. The UNSW Health Workforce Programs help practitioners and managers to identify and address the current concerns of healthcare services, wherever they are located. The programs are conducted by staff and conjoints of UNSW Medicine and invited guest lecturers, all of whom have extensive experience in health services delivery, public health and management. Practitioner up-skilling Our Graduate Certificate (Grad Cert), Graduate Diploma (Grad Dip) (both available in the Health Management, Public Health and International Public Health programs) and Summer School courses offer an entry point for individuals who are interested in developing their skills around specific issues or topics, including those who only have a short period of time in which to develop their skills, or for people who are just returning to study. The Grad Cert and Grad Dip courses are intended for individuals wishing to undertake formal study, with the associated assessments and recognised qualifications. The new Grad Dip and Cert in Infectious Diseases Intelligence will suit busy clinicians and other health professionals who wish to learn the public health principles of communicable disease control, and can be taken fully online, face-to-face or a combination of the two. This option is also available to international students who can do most of the courses online but also experience Sydney by doing a face-to-face Summer School course. Students can commence in Semester 1 (March) or Semester 2 (July) each year. Summer School courses (conducted in November and December) are open to everyone students who are enrolled in the Grad Cert, Grad Dip and Masters programs, and individuals from the healthcare field who simply wish to do a course of interest. Courses in Summer School cover topics as diverse as health aspects of disasters, management of aged care services, mathematical modelling and community development, amongst many other offerings. Early to mid career professionals For early to mid-career professionals seeking a career-defining qualification, the Health Workforce Program offers a range of Masters degrees. These degrees are at the core of our curriculum and have gained local Postgraduate Prospectus 9

12 Senior Health Executives Health Executive Program Future Leaders Future Health Leaders Professional Doctorate Early to mid career Practitioner up-skilling Master of Public Health Master of International Public Health Master of Health Management Summer School Courses Graduate Diploma Graduate Certificate and international reputations for their relevance to work practice and the strong emphasis on adult education approaches to learning. The programs include the Master of Public Health (MPH), Master of International Public Health (MIPH), and Master of Health Management (MHM), as well as one of the SPHCM s latest and most popular offerings the dual degrees (MPH/ MIPH, MPH/MHM, MIPH/MHM). Experienced clinicians may also benefit from the Grad Dip or Cert courses in Infectious Diseases Intelligence. For those who are interested in health management and the opportunities in the booming Indian health sector, we offer an articulation program between the UNSW MHM and a MBA at SRM University in India. This program results in a MHM and MBA in two years, as well as the opportunity to understand business approaches to the Indian health sector. Each of these degrees is discussed in detail in the latter parts of this Further information For further details, contact: Associate Professor Joanne Travaglia prospectus. Students can enrol faceto-face or via distance mode, which is conducted via workshops and online learning. It is important to note that students who have successfully completed courses as part of the Grad Cert or Grad Dip can have up to four courses credited towards their Masters degree program. We also offer internships within our Masters by coursework programs. Future Health Leaders At UNSW we are committed to developing and supporting the health leaders of the future, and to developing current leaders for the future, that is professionals who are able to lead health systems in complex, resource constrained and often turbulent times. Our UNSW Future Health Leaders program is for employers who wish to extend and train their leaders to the next level through a Professional Doctorate while they work full-time. We have extensive experience, expertise and innovative methods in work-based training, and a tried and tested model that can be applied to many different work places. We can negotiate with employers to train cohorts or individuals, but the program must be initiated by employee-employer pairs and supported by the employer. The first cohort of UNSW Future Health Leaders commenced in 2013, and the program has attracted senior health leaders from around Australia and the world. Senior health executives We offer specialised executive education in advanced health management and leadership tailored to meet the needs of senior health service executives. The executive education brings the benefit of our international reputation and expertise in health management to senior managers and leaders who are dealing with the wicked problems that beleaguer health care services today, but who do not wish to undertake our longer courses or programs, or who want programs tailored specifically for their workplace. The executive education program reflects SPHCM s commitment to innovative approaches to workplace learning and development, and is grounded in our research in translational research, transdisciplinary practice and implementation science. Intended to challenge current practice and create enhanced, high-level leadership skills, executive education courses can either be taken as stand alone sessions or can be modified or co-designed with our industry partners and targeted to their specific needs. 10 School of Public Health and Community Medicine

13 INTERNSHIP INTERNSHIP PROFILE The School of Public Health and Community Medicine now offers high achieving students enrolled in the Master of Health Management, Master of Public Health or Master of International Public Health (including dual degree) programs at the University of New South Wales, an opportunity to gain realworld experience in relevant health organisations through workplace internships. A number of health organisations locally and internationally are partnering with the School to offer workplace activities with which students can meaningfully engage. In 2014 this included the World Health Organization. Interns have an opportunity to make valuable contributions to organisational healthcare initiatives involving areas such as policy, planning, and evaluation associated with the delivery of healthcare services, or the preparation, appraisal, implementation or evaluation of health related projects. The internship placement is a 6 credit point course (PHCM9143 Internship), which appears on the academic transcript. Placements are advertised each semester, and in high demand. Successful applicants are selected on merit. For more details see: sphcm.med.unsw.edu.au/ course/phcm9143 Aditya Vyas Master of Public Health (International Health specialisation) I was initially drawn to the internship program by the high calibre placements on offer. I was placed with the Emergency and Humanitarian Action Unit, South East Asia Regional Office, World Health Organization, New Delhi, India. I also wanted to fully realise the MPH stream I had enrolled in (International Health) with some practical developing world experience. The internship program was a perfect way to blend my global health aspirations with practical and academic work the internship counted as six units of credit towards my MPH. My supervisors at the WHO were truly inspirational, and their passion for their work was infectious. This was also reflected in their eagerness to teach and organise site visits with the national disease control and disaster management agencies in India. A placement at the WHO allowed me to have close contact with subject matter experts and opened the door to the professional public health world. I even got to see Dr Margaret Chan, WHO Director General, speak first hand when she came to celebrate India s Polio Free Certification in January I would wholeheartedly recommend the internship program. Being placed at the WHO affords interns the opportunity to see how global health plays out in the corridors of power. The World Health Organization is a unique agency within the United Nations, with its own unique challenges and strengths. Anyone wishing to work in global health must be aware of the forces that shape the course of this discipline and what better way to start than at the peak global health body? I consider my WHO internship as something of a jewel in the crown of my curriculum vitae and, as an early career professional, it demonstrates that I have an insight into some of the realities of public health practice. This internship has provided me with an area of experience which allows me to convincingly demonstrate my passion for global health. Postgraduate Prospectus 11

14 Our learning and teaching LOIS MEYER Senior Research Fellow Learning and Teaching XANTHE LAWSON Educational Designer Learning and Teaching Our postgraduate programs have been designed to meet the diverse learning and professional needs of our students whether they learn on or off campus, or work in local or international health related settings. We recognise that postgraduate education needs to be professionally relevant building on students initial qualifications and work experiences and equipping them with the capacities to extend their professional areas of interest and career trajectories. We provide quality learning that is student-centred and relevant to real-world practice. Our teaching supports students to develop and apply theoretical understandings, conceptual tools, and professional skills and techniques that are relevant to being practitioners or researchers in public health and/or health service management locally or internationally. It is now well accepted that to improve health outcomes and address the broader social determinants of health, innovative approaches are needed that require sophisticated problem solving capacities, multidisciplinary ways of working and abilities to critically interpret research and apply evidence to health related issues. Our programs have been developed to foster these abilities. Courses are mapped against agreed graduate outcomes and through our teaching, learning and assessment strategies we seek to promote workplace ready professionals who can continue to learn and manage effectively in the dynamic and increasingly global field of health. Our overall approach to learning and teaching is grounded in inquiry based learning and the use of authentic cases and examples drawn from the real world. Students are encouraged to contribute to discussions and peerlearning activities drawing on their own experiences in health related settings whether they are interacting in class or online. Through this approach students gain a strong understanding of a multiplicity of health contexts, challenges and approaches from local and international perspectives and also develop a network of professional relationships In keeping with our practitioner and inquiry based approach, assessments seek to mirror the processes and products of professional practice. We aim to provide assessments that not only support student learning and provide feedback on progress but also foster skills and understandings needed in the workplace and that can support reflective practice and lifelong learning. Our postgraduate programs are known for offering flexible opportunities for learning whether on campus or externally through the use of innovative learning technologies in blended and fully online modes. All courses have a dedicated learning management system where students can access course resources online and communicate with peers and course convenors. We provide multimedia recordings of lectures, interactive learning modules, video clips of real world scenarios and case studies from the field to create mediarich, engaging learning environments. We facilitate collaborative learning opportunities through the use of wikis, blogs, and group discussion facilities and our webinar applications allow students to connect with peers and course convenors in real-time via audio/video link ups. Throughout our approach is a commitment to enhancing the quality of students learning experiences through applying pedagogically sound, technologically innovative and research driven approaches to our postgraduate learning and teaching. 12 School of Public Health and Community Medicine

15 Choose your program Master of Public Health (MPH) MPH in Quantitative Research Methods MPH in Health Economic Evaluation MPH in Infections Diseases Epidemiology and Control MPH in Social Research MPH in Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing Public Health MPH in International Health MPH in Health Promotion MPH in Primary Health Care Master of Public Health Extension Graduate Diploma in Public Health Graduate Certificate in Public Health Graduate Diploma in Infectious Diseases Intelligence Graduate Certificate in Infectious Diseases Intelligence International Public Health Master of International Public Health Graduate Diploma in International Public Health Graduate Certificate in International Public Health Master of Health Management (MHM) Health Management Master of Health Management Extension Graduate Diploma in Health Management Graduate Certificate in Health Management MHM (UNSW) / MBA (SRM University) Master of Public Health / Health Management Dual Masters Programs Master of Public Health / Health Management (Health Economic Evaluation Specialisation) Master of International Public Health / Public Health Master of International Public Health / Health Management PhD and Higher Degree Research Programs Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Professional Doctorate in Applied Public Health (DrPH) Master of Philosophy in Public Health (MPhil) Master by Research Specialisation Program Postgraduate Prospectus 13

16 Program summary table Program Title Entry Requirements Length of Program Units of Credit (UOC) Semester starting date Teaching Mode PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAM Master of Public Health (MPH) (9045) Undergraduate degree or higher degree in a health-related or public health-related discipline;* AND 1. Honours or a postgraduate qualification in a health-related or public health-related discipline; OR 2. Two years full-time professional experience in a health-related or public health-related discipline, including as a volunteer in a health or public health organisation or equivalent professional experience acquired as part of a healthrelated degree of 4 or more years duration (eg MBBS, Bachelor of Nursing) 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time 48 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov ** Distance or Face-to-Face Master of Public Health Specialisations (9045) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above. Specialisations are available in: 1) Quantitative Research Methods; 2) Health Economic Evaluation; 3) Infectious Diseases Epidemiology and Control; 4) Social Research; 5) Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing; 6) International Health; 7) Health Promotion; 8) Primary Health Care 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time 48 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov ** Distance or Face-to-Face Master of Public Health Extension (9046) Two years full-time professional experience in a health-related or public health-related discipline, including as a volunteer in a health or public health organisation. Students also require a minimum credit average in the Master of Public Health and an approved research proposal 1.5 years fulltime; 3 years part-time 72 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov ** Distance or Face-to-Face Graduate Diploma in Public Health (5507) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above 1.5 years parttime 36 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov ** Distance or Face-to-Face Graduate Diploma in Infectious Diseases Intelligence (5362) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above 1.5 years parttime 36 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov ** Distance or Face-to-Face Graduate Certificate in Public Health (7368) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above 1 semester full-time; 1 year part-time 24 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov ** Distance or Face-to-Face Graduate Certificate in Infectious Diseases Intelligence (7362) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above 1 semester full-time; 1 year part-time 24 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov ** Distance or Face-to-Face INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAM Master of International Public Health (9048) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time 48 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov ** Distance or Face-to-Face Graduate Diploma in International Public Health (5567) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above 1.5 years parttime 36 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov ** Distance or Face-to-Face Graduate Certificate in International Public Health (7367) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above 1 semester full-time; 1 year part-time 24 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov ** Distance or Face-to-Face 14 School of Public Health and Community Medicine

17 Program Title Entry Requirements Length of Program Units of Credit (UOC) Semester starting date Teaching Mode HEALTH MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Master of Health Management (MHM) (8901) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time 48 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov* Distance or Face-to-Face Master of Health Management Extension (8902) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above 1.5 years fulltime; 3 years part-time 72 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov* Distance or Face-to-Face Graduate Diploma in Health Management (5509) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above 1.5 years parttime 36 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov* Distance or Face-to-Face Graduate Certificate in Health Management (7360) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above 1 semester full-time; 1 year part-time 24 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov* Distance or Face-to-Face MHM (UNSW) / MBA (SRM University) Bachelor degree in a relevant discipline and at least two years experience in health services. SRM students need to have completed at least 1 semester in the MBA at SRM 2 years full-time (1 year at UNSW + 1 year at SRM) 48 UOC (UNSW) Semester 1 or Semester 2 Distance or Face-to-Face (UNSW); Face-to-Face (SRM) DUAL MASTERS PROGRAM Master of Public Health (MPH) / Health Management (9047) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above 1.5 years fulltime; 3 years part-time 72 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov* Distance or Face-to-Face MPH / Health Management (Health Economic Evaluation Specialisation) (9047) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above 1.5 years fulltime; 3 years part-time 72 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov* Distance or Face-to-Face Master of International Public Health / Public Health (9043) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above 1.5 years fulltime; 3 years part-time 72 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov* Distance or Face-to-Face Master of International Public Health / Health Management (9044) Entry requirements are as per Master of Public Health program (9045) above 1.5 years fulltime; 3 years part-time 72 UOC Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov* Distance or Face-to-Face RESEARCH PROGRAM Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Bachelor with Honours degree; or recognised MBBS degree; or equivalent academic or professional experience 3 years full-time; 6 years part-time Thesis Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov* N/A Professional Doctorate in Applied Public Health (DrPH) A recognised Master of Public Health or equivalent Masters level degree and nomination from partnering workplace 3 years full-time Thesis Semester 2 July N/A Master by Research Program MBBS or other medical degree; or recognised Bachelor degree plus relevant experience 1.5 years fulltime; 3 years part-time Thesis Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov* N/A Master of Philosophy in Public Health (2713) Recognised Master of Public Health degree 1.5 years fulltime; 3 years part-time 24 UOC + thesis Semester 1 Feb/Mar Semester 2 July Summer Term Nov* Distance or Face-to-Face Further Information * Examples include medicine, nursing, allied health, health sciences, biomedical sciences, behavioural and social sciences, human services, environmental health, veterinary science, health administration and management, biostatistics, health economics. ** Only domestic students may commence their study during the Summer Term. Note for domestic students: If you do not have a Bachelors degree but have extensive health related work experience and/or equivalent academic qualifications you can present a case for consideration for admission into the Graduate Diploma / Graduate Certificate. Please contact the School of Public Health and Community Medicine for further information: International full-time students are advised to commence study Semester 1 for the Dual Master of International Public Health / Health Management. Postgraduate Prospectus 15

18 Key terms When you commence study at UNSW, you may come across terminology specific to the university context. We have compiled the following glossary of key terms and features that apply to all of our postgraduate degree programs. Programs and courses A course is a discrete subject which has a course code eg PHCM9041. A program is a combination of approved courses taken over a number of semesters that leads to the award of a degree. This can be a Masters degree, Graduate Diploma or Graduate Certificate. Each program has a program name, a program code and an abbreviation eg Master of Public Health is the program name, 9045 is the program code and MPH is the abbreviation. In this prospectus the program code is located in brackets following program details. Stream / Specialisation A stream is a focused area of study within a program, usually requiring a student to complete an approved sequence of core and elective courses. For example, there are eight streams (areas of specialisation) within the Master of Public Health program. Units of Credit (UOC) Each course at UNSW has a particular load or weighting which is referred to as units of credit eg the course PHCM9041 Foundations in Public Health and Health Care Systems is worth 6 units of credit. This is often abbreviated to UOC. Six UOC equates to approximately 150 hours of work for an average student, including assessment tasks. UNSW programs require the successful completion of a specified number of UOCs. Fees are charged on a UOC basis. Core courses A core course is a compulsory course within a program that must be satisfactorily completed to meet the requirements of the program. Students from non-english speaking countries who have not previously completed a degree in Australia or other English speaking country are also required to take the additional core course PHCM9100 Academic Practice in their first semester of enrolment. This course is also available to all other students to assist in gaining maximum benefit from their study. It is made available at no charge to students and does not contribute to the UOC requirements of the degree. Elective courses Our coursework degree programs include a range of elective courses that students can select in order to meet the requirement of the program. Note that any individual course may be specified as a core course in one program and as an elective in another. The School offers a wide range of electives, enabling students to focus on areas of interest and professional relevance. See Course Selection in this prospectus or the School website for a listing of current electives. Students may take a project, an independent study or an internship in place of an elective. In addition, students may also enrol in electives offered by other schools within UNSW, as well as approved courses offered by other universities, in accordance with the UNSW policy on credit transfer and approval by the relevant Program Director. Project Students enrolled in a Masters degree have the option to enrol in a research project. A project is a self-directed research study option carried out under the supervision of an academic staff member in the School with expertise in 16 School of Public Health and Community Medicine

19 the particular area of research. It provides an opportunity for students to develop research skills on a small scale and draws on techniques and knowledge gained in one or more of the research methodology courses. Independent studies Students may undertake Independent Studies to learn about a particular subject area of special interest where there is appropriate expertise in the School, but no formal course. Internship The internship course aims to provide students enrolled in the Master of Health Management, Master of Public Health or Master of International Public Health degree programs, with the opportunity to gain real-world experience in a relevant health organisation through a workplace internship of 6 weeks full-time equivalent duration (168 hours). During the course, interns will have an opportunity to make valuable contributions to organisational healthcare initiatives that may involve areas such as policy, planning, and evaluation associated with the delivery of healthcare services, or the preparation, appraisal, implementation or evaluation of health related projects. The activities and focus of the internship placement will be relevant to the organisation and student and can be either project or normal operations-based. Coursework A mode of study largely, or wholly, constituted of courses involving directed learning, including face-to-face class instruction, online learning, distance learning, or a combination of these. It is a term commonly used with regard to study. The other mode of study is research. Non-award and cross-institutional enrolment Students who wish to complete a course at UNSW as a standalone unit can apply to enrol as a non-award student. Students wishing to enrol in a standalone course at UNSW and arrange for this course to be credited towards a degree undertaken at another institution are also considered nonaward students at UNSW. International student An international student is a student who is a citizen of a country other than Australia or New Zealand, and does not hold an Australian permanent resident visa. Domestic student (local student) A domestic student is a student who is an Australian citizen, or New Zealand citizen or holder of an Australian permanent resident visa. Mode of delivery The School s coursework programs can be taken either full-time or part-time. Courses are offered internally on campus with face-to-face teaching or externally by distance mode using a combination of intensive workshops and online teaching. Some internal face-to-face courses also include a workshop and online component. All core courses may be taken fully in external mode. For some elective courses there are compulsory workshops which are held during a Residential School. Residential school requirement Some of our courses have an intensive workshop component followed either by weekly face-to-face classes or independent study. Workshops are held in a residential school at the Kensington campus, twice a year, one week before each semester starts in February/March and July. Summer School The School offers a series of intensive workshops during the Summer Term from mid November to mid December. For further details see Summer School in this prospectus. Students enrolled in Masters, Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate programs can take elective courses offered in Summer School. Starting dates Students can commence a program of study in: Semester 1 February/March Semester 2 July Summer Term November/December (Only domestic students can commence their program in Summer Term: International students must commence their study in Semester 1 or 2) Articulation The Masters program in an area of study articulates with the Graduate Diploma and the Graduate Certificate. Credit for courses completed as part of the Graduate Diploma and the Graduate Certificate may be transferred to the Master s program in accordance with the UNSW policy on credit transfer. Credit transfer and exemptions Credit Transfer can only be granted by the School on the basis of demonstrated equivalent postgraduate level coursework previously undertaken in accordance with the School and UNSW credit transfer policy. PhD opportunities Students with a coursework Masters degree from the School will be considered for entry to the PhD program if they have a suitable research proposal, the agreement of two potential supervisors and have: 1. Successfully undertaken at least 12 UOC as research. This should include a 6 UOC Research Project and a 6 UOC Independent Study, or the 6 UOC Project and a 6 UOC research-related course such as Applied Research Methods, Qualitative Research Methods, Advanced Biostatistics or Advanced Epidemiology. 2. Average Credit or above for coursework and project. 3. A letter of support from the Head of School or delegate. Postgraduate Prospectus 17

20 Public Health Programs Master of Public Health (MPH) (9045) Graduate Diploma in Public Health (GradDip) (5507) Graduate Certificate in Public Health (GradCert) (7368) The following diagram summarises the structure of the Public Health Programs: 9045 MPH 48 UOC PHCM9041 Foundations in Public Health & Health Care Systems Elective PHCM9498 Epidemiology & Statistics for Public Health Elective PHCM9012 Health Promotion & Social Perspectives Elective Elective Elective 5507 GradDip 36 UOC PHCM9041 Foundations in Public Health & Health Care Systems PHCM9012 Health Promotion & Social Perspectives Elective Elective Elective Elective 7368 GradCert 24 UOC PHCM9041 Foundations in Public Health & Health Care Systems Elective Elective Elective Note: Shaded boxes represent compulsory core courses. It is possible to complete courses in a different order to that shown above (see course descriptions for prerequisites). However, it is strongly recommended that core courses are undertaken before electives. Students may select electives of their choice or area of interest by enrolling in a stream (see section on Public Health Streams for stream options). Students from non-english speaking countries who have not previously completed a degree in Australia or other English speaking country are also required to take the core course PHCM9100 Academic Practice in their first semester. This course is also available to all other students to assist in gaining maximum benefit from their study, particularly if returning to study after a long break. The course is offered at no charge to students and does not contribute to the UOC requirements of the degree. The Master of Public Health (MPH) articulates with the Graduate Diploma in Public Health (GradDip) and the Graduate Certificate in Public Health (GradCert). Credit for courses completed as part of the GradDip and the GradCert may be transferred to the MPH program, in accordance with the UNSW policy on credit transfer. 18 School of Public Health and Community Medicine

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