* Not offered until Semester 1 2023 Mental health and neuroscience research is diverse and varied, with complex and challenging ethical aspects. You will learn about a variety of research areas, including preclinical, basic neuroscience, clinical trials and longitudinal designs, and about national and international standards on ethical conduct and clinical practice guidelines. You will consider the strengths and weaknesses of research and study designs in the context of feasibility and translation, and you will develop critical appraisal skills to evaluate the merit and utility of standalone research, and programs of research.
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- 2.2A: Computing, Built Environment, Other Health
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