Hobart, Launceston, Rozelle - Sydney, Darlinghurst - Sydney
This unit is only available for students who have successfully completed CNA450 and CNA418, or are studying CNA418 in the same semester.
This is the second of three linked dissertation units. In this unit, students continue their research under the guidance of a supervisor or supervisors. The type of work undertaken in this unit will reflect the specific research project, but there is an expectation that students will complete their data collection. The work undertaken in CNA446 contributes to the development of the research project that will be reported in the thesis submitted for examination in CNA474: Dissertation Part 3.
|Unit name||Dissertation Part 2|
|Faculty/School||College of Health and Medicine
School of Nursing
|Available as student elective?||No|
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Individual research supervision; intensive workshop. Students are also encouraged to attend seminars presented by research staff on topics relevant to their project and to access provided web based resources.
Completion of relevant tasks on protocol timeline indicating satisfactory/unsatisfactory progress.
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