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Transdisciplinary perspectives: local and global problems in health

In this module you will experience practice sessions utilising transdisciplinary perspectives to answer questions about local and global problems in health using sustained thought, planning and writing. The focus will be on extending existing knowledge into new and different contexts.

By the end of the module you should be able to:

  1. Consolidate knowledge and its application across a diverse range of topics, disciplines and research areas in health
  2. Make ethically sound reasoned recommendations to improve health using a transdisciplinary approach
  3. Adapt successfully to challenging and complex enquiries which require an extended understanding of health and medical sciences
  4. Review and extend existing cumulative knowledge to address new challenges in health and medical sciences

Hear all about the module from the module co-leaders, Dr Farhan Noordali and Dr Leda Mirbahai:



3 weeks

Teaching methods
You will learn through group discussions and facilitated practice

1 x synoptic open book examination