PUBH6004: Assessment 2 Report Public Health Professionals Answer
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Subject Code and Title: PUBH6004: Leadership and Effecting Change in Public Health
Assessment 2: Report – Public Health Professionals Individual
Length: 2,000 words
Submission: Due Sunday end of Module 3 (Week 6) by 11:55pm AEST/AEDT*
Total Marks: 100 marks
*Please Note: This time is Melbourne/Sydney/Brisbane time (AEST or AEDT).
In this assignment, you will be provided a scenario (problem) involving a public health leader that you will need to analyse using the knowledge gained from this subject for 3 modules. Subsequently, immersing yourself in the scenario, you will evaluate yourself as a public health leader. (Note: Scenario will be provided after Module 2).
You will be writing a 2000‐word report in three parts, as follows:
Part 1: Analyse the scenario of the public health leader, presented in the Australian public health context using the Australian Health Leadership Framework [ 1000 words ]
(Australian Health Leadership Framework: https://www.aims.org.au/documents/item/352 ) Part 2: Undertake a self‐assessment using the Leadership self‐assessment tool [ 500 words ]
This assessment addresses the following learning outcomes:
Part 3: Imagine yourself to be in the situation. Reflect on your leadership style, its strengths, and apply them to this scenario. How would you have responded to the situation based on the self‐evaluation in part 2? Where do you see the gaps in your profile? Prepare an action plan. [500 words]
Your graded assignment will be assessed against the following specific criteria:
o Provides a lucid introduction
o Shows a sophisticated understanding of the key issues
o Shows ability to interpret relevant information and literature in relation to
o Demonstrates a capacity to explain and apply relevant concepts
o Shows evidence of reading beyond the required readings
o Justifies any conclusions reached with well‐formed arguments and not merely assertions
o Provides a conclusion or summary
o Correctly uses academic writing, presentation and grammar: