HIV/STI Program Delivery (SEXH5408)


Effective project management in HIV and STIs is an important contributor to the health and development objectives of developing countries. The unit aims to give students a good understanding of the concepts, methodologies and approaches of international health project management in HIV and STIs. It will provide an introduction to the Logical Framework Approach and give students an opportunity for hands-on practice through the design of a project in an international setting. Potential challenges to delivery will also be explored.

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Block intensive mode, 4 x 0.5 day sessions


Group work assignment (50%); Individual assignment (50%);


Reading pack will be provided

Faculty/department permission required?


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Additional Information

It is advisable for students to also undertake MIPH5118 or MIPH5112.

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