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Institute of Population Health

Institute of Population Health

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An Introduction to Qualitative Research

Description

In this module you will be introduced to the complex field of qualitative research. This module covers all aspects of qualitative research including: qualitative research theory and design, qualitative methodologies and methods, and analysis of qualitative data. The module gives you the opportunity to get to grips with the philosophy of qualitative research and also develop the skills to conduct and write-up your own piece of qualitative research.

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PUBH 160 - Semester 2 2023-24
29/01/202431/05/2024£800.00[Read More]
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Epidemiology and Statistics for Public Health II

Description

Welcome to this second part of our study programme designed to introduce you to the knowledge and skills to work with a wide range of information of relevance to health, to understand and make judgments about published research, and begin designing and carrying out epidemiological studies of your own.

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PUBH 250 - Semester 2 2023-24
29/01/202431/05/2024£800.00[Read More]
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Evidence-based Public Health: Theory, Methods and Practice

Description

Welcome to the ‘Evidence Based Public Health: Theory, Methods and Practice’ module, which has been designed to provide students with knowledge and understanding of the opportunities and challenges of creating a credible evidence base for public health and the impact on health inequalities. The module will explore the historical development of the movement of evidence based practice and discuss some of the contemporary debates surrounding its relevance to national and international public health today.

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PUBH 418 - Semester 2 2023-24
29/01/202431/05/2024£800.00[Read More]
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Health Inequalities: Evidence and Policy

Description

This Module is focused on Health Inequalities which is an increasingly important area in Public Health. At the University of Liverpool we are fortunate to be based in a department which is internationally renowned for research into Health Inequalities and this module will draw on the expertise from department members who have been involved in landmark work in this area.

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PUBH 407 - Semester 2 2023-24
29/01/202431/05/2024£800.00[Read More]
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Health Protection

Description

The aim of the Module is to enable students to establish a strong theoretical knowledge, understanding, application, synthesis and critical evaluation in core principles of Health Protection for future practice and research.

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PUBH 220 - Semester 2 2023-24
29/01/202431/05/2024£800.00[Read More]