|Special notes|| ||teaching staff|| (Coordinator) Mr S Lockwood ||campus & mode|| Hbt, int ||unit weight|| [25%] ||teaching pattern|| full year - 84 hrs of lectures, and 84 hrs of practical, tutorials, and experiential learning in the community ||prerequisites|| CHG100, CLA105, KRA140, KYA151 ||corequisites||mutual exclusions||method of assessment|| work assigned during the year (40%), and assessment early in sem 2 (20%) formal end-of-year exam (40%) ||required texts, etc|
In addition to prescribed journal articles and specially extracted material which will be reserved for students' use, the following texts are recommended and prescribed
Sachs O, The Man Who Mistook his Wife for a Hat,  Picador, London 1988.
Harper AC, The Health of Populations: An Introduction,  2nd edn, Churchill-Livingstone, Melbourne, 1994.
Blaxner M, Health and Lifestyles,  Tavistock/Routledge, London 1989.
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