The Graduate Diploma in Health Research develops skills in: research design; epidemiology; quantitative and qualitative research methodologies and application of evidence-based health research skills within the broader health sector and health professional practice.

Unique features of the course include learning from acclaimed research and public health experts; the choice of specialist electives from any stream: public health practice, Indigenous health and global health; and the emphasis placed on applied research.

2019 Modes of Study

Internal Mode- on offer at CDU Casuarina Campus for:

Semester 1 - PHM516 Indigenous Health, PHM526 Research Design, PHM552 Epidemiology, PHM592 Global Health,  

Semester 2 - PHM527 Health Research Skills, PHM553 Biostatistics,  PHM559 Health Policy, PHM588 Qualitative Research Methods

External Mode: (without intensives) for all PHM units delivered through Charles Darwin University’s online learning environment ‘Learnline’.

Following completion of the Graduate Diploma in Health Research students can articulate to a Master of Public Health or proceed, with approval, to Higher Degree Research training.

Please note that this course requires a high level of academic reading and writing. Students who are not confident with their academic literacy skills are encouraged to develop them prior to enrolling.

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