Honours students undertake a supervised research project in a health discipline area. The student will work closely with their supervisors in planning a literature review, designing a study or refining the initial design, and communicating the outcomes of these processes in writing and orally. Students will also attend seminars and workshops that contribute to the successful completion of these tasks: classes on library skills, ethics in health research, writing a literature review, and presentation skills. Additionally students will meet with their supervisor(s) on a regular basis for other aspects of research supervision.
average seminars/tutorials per week over the 13-week semester: 2 hrs. wk 3-10: 2 - 4 hrs per week supervisory meetings: normally 1-hr/week (variable)
presentation (35%) and literature review (65%)
A list of required and recommended readings will be available at the beginning of semester.