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Health industry-based learning (6 points)


Leader: Mr Anthony Harris

Clayton First semester 2004 (Day)
Clayton Second semester 2004 (Day)

Synopsis: Students will be required to spend a minimum of ten working weeks in an approved organisation to undertake a period of industry-based learning. This project must be approved by the course coordinator. The employer will provide students with a practical project designed to reinforce principles taught during the coursework component of the Postgraduate Diploma. Working in a relevant setting accelerates learning, encourages understanding and gives practical breadth to theoretical concepts. The subject coordinator will normally liaise with the nominated supervisor at the place of work during the period of assignment and discuss progress with student, employer and local supervisor.

Assessment: Written (assignment 8000 words): 100%

Contact Hours: 10-week practicum

Prerequisites: Satisfactory completion of seven units in the Postgraduate Diploma in Health Economics and Evaluation

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