Two-month capstone project focused on a relevant analytic problem in healthcare theory or practice. Planning and completion of either a data-based research project or a scholarly and creative activity related to healthcare. Student project may require Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval. Course is eligible for In Progress (IP) grade.
- Outline a relevant problem related to the theory or practice of public health
- Conduct a review of the literature related to a problem in public health and summarize that review in writing
- Formulate a data-driven solution to a health related problem, either in the form of a testable hypothesis or in the form of a scholarly activity
- Complete an analysis of health data to produce a data-driven solution
- Perform a professional quality oral presentation describing an analytic solution relevant to a health related problem
- Complete a professional quality written report describing the outcome of the analytic solution relevant to a health related problem
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