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Chronic Disease Prevention

Specialisation

Chronic disease is the major cause of health burden in developed countries and is increasingly becoming a major issue in developing countries. The Chronic Disease Prevention specialisation is designed for students with an interest in learning the principles and practicalities of developing programs to prevent disease and promote good health.

 

About this specialisation

Graduate opportunities

Specialisations allow students to investigate an area of interest relevant to their specific interests, professional practice or area of expertise. To meet the requirements for this specialisation, in addition to completing the core units, students must complete at least 18 credit points of relevant elective units, and a capstone or equivalent unit on a topic related to the specialisation. The remaining 12 credit points can be completed with elective units of the student’s choice.

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