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DHSM 701 – Principal of Public Health

DHSM 701 – Principal of Public Health

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You have been given a task to

  • critically examine key public health issues of the population living in or around south Auckland at various developmental stage.
  • establish and discuss in depth the factors that contribute to the major public health issues and
  • Explain how the collaboration between Government and NGOs can work to improve the current health outcomes of the affected population? You will need to examine a range of publish health initiatives then conduct a fit gap analysis and recommend a suitable method to generate positive health outcomes for individuals and the community. You also need to recommend the most appropriate preventive measures which should be adopted by the Government to reduce similar health challenges in future.


Assessment Task:

The report should be between 2,500 – 3,000 words.  This limit does not include references/ bibliography, and appendices.  The report should be prepared in a suitable format for presentation to senior management of the chosen New Zealand’s District Health Boards (DHB) under study.

The report should contain a clear and logical discussion.

Required format for the report:

Title Page and formatting:

Course name, Student names and date

Table of Contents

Shows the main headings and sub-headings for the report and page numbers.  All main sections should be numbered separately and sub-sections within those sections should also be numbered.  It is not necessary to number individual paragraphs within sub-sections.

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DHSM 701.2.2- Assignment three individual reportCOG.pdf (2)

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