In Stage 2 students will build on the principles learned in stage 1 to consider public health initiatives and community supports in specific populations, such as the elderly, children and adolescents, sexual and gender minorities, people with disabilities, cancer and mental health issues, rural and international populations. They will understand and describe the roles and relationships between health agencies and services, and explain the principles of efficient and equitable allocation of finite resources, to meet individual, community and national health needs.
Similar to Population Medicine 1
Students must satisfactorily complete a short answer examination in Key Feature Question (KFQ) format at the end of Stage 2. In addition, population medicine questions are included in the in-semester examination for Basic and Clinical Sciences 3 and 4.
GDMP1011 and GDMP1012 and GDMP1013 and GDMP1014 and GDMP1021 and GDMP1022 and GDMP1023 and GDMP1024Co-requisites
GDMP2011 and GDMP2014