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PUBH6004: Leadership and Effecting Change in Public Health Assessment 1 Online Quizzes

ASSESSMENT BRIEF

Subject Code and Title: PUBH 6004 Leadership and Effecting Change in Public Health

Assessment: Assessment 1: Online Quizzes

Individual/Group: Individual

Length: 2 Quizzes: Each Quiz consists of 10 questions

Learning Outcomes

Critique theories, styles, approaches and strategies of leadership in public health
Analyse the influence of diversity on leadership (gender, culture, professional discipline and community)
Analyse the relationship among leadership, power, ethics, values and different forms of accountability
Apply strategies for effective change management with individuals, teams and organisations

Submission: Quiz 1 is open from Friday of week 4, and closes Friday of week 5.
Quiz 2 is open from Friday of week 11, and closes Friday of week 12.

Weighting: 20% in total, comprising:

Quiz 1: 10%

Quiz 2: 10%

Total Marks: 100 marks each quiz

 Context:

This assessment requires that students complete two online quizzes. Each quiz is comprised of 10 multiple-choice questions (10 marks each). The quizzes reflect content from the learning resources and facilitated content delivered throughout the study period.

Quiz 1 questions relate to Learning outcomes:
Critique theories, styles, approaches and strategies of leadership in public health

Analyse the influence of diversity on leadership (gender, culture, professional discipline and community)

Quiz 2 questions relate to Learning outcomes:

Analyse the relationship among leadership, power, ethics, values and different forms of accountability

Apply strategies for effective change management with individuals, teams and organisations Students have fifteen minutes to complete each quiz.

Instructions:

Students must access the quiz via the Blackboard site, and complete before the allocated due date. Learning Resources: Quizzes.
The following learning resources should be consulted for each Quiz.
Quiz 1

Northouse, P. G. (2016). Leadership Theory and Practice (5th ed.). Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications. Introduction, Chapters 13 and 14.
Plachy, R. (2009). When to lead? When to manage? T+D, 63(12), 52–55

Czabanowska, K., Smith, T., Könings, K.D., Sumskas, L., Otok, R., Bjegovic-Mikanovic, V., & Brand, H. (2014( In search for a public health leadership competency framework to support leadership curriculum–a consensus study, European Journal of Public Health, 24, 5, 850–856

Quiz 2.
Browning, H. (2013) Taking ownership of your responsibility, Centre for Creative Leadership, Kings

Fund UK. Available in the Torrens University Australia Library database. ‘Being Accountable’ chapter.

Molyneux, S., Atela, M., Angwenyi, V. & Goodman, C. (2012). Community accountability at peripheral health facilities: a review of the empirical literature and development of a conceptual framework. Health Policy Planning,27(7), 541-554

Northouse, P.G. (2009) Leadership Theory and Practice. 5th LA. Sage Publications. Chapter 15. Callahan, D., & Jennings, B. (2002). Ethics and public health: Forging a strong relationship. American

Journal of Public Health, 92(2) 69-176
Laverack, G. (2009). Public health: Power, empowerment, and professional practice (2nd ed.)

Hampshire, England: Palgrave-MacMillan. Chapter 2.

Johnson, A., & Paton, K. (2007). Health Promotion and Health Services: Management for Change. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Chapter 5

Healey, B. J., & Lesneski, C. D. (2011). Transforming Public Health Practice: Leadership and Management Essentials. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. Chapter 9.

Assessment Criteria

Multiple Choice questions are correct or incorrect.

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