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ASSESSMENT BRIEF
Subject Code and Title PUBH6013: Qualitative Research Methods
Assessment Assessment 3A: Investigation Report
Individual/Group Individual
Length 1500 words (+/-10%)
Learning Outcomes This assessment addresses the following learning outcomes:
c) Apply qualitative research methods through undertaking
data collection through, e.g. focus group, interviews,
observational methods
d) Appreciate cultural and ethical considerations for
qualitative research in Public Health
e) Understand sampling techniques, bias and rigour as they
apply to qualitative research
f) Apply coding and analysis techniques to qualitative data
Submission By 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday of Week 11
Weighting 30%
Total Marks 100 marks
Context:
This assessment involves preparing a report with data analysis/discussion of interviews and a
ief presentation.
There are two steps for this assignment. Part A involves writing a report and Part B involves
a 10 minute presentation in class.
Assessment 3A advances skills in analysing and reporting qualitative data, and reflexivity of
practice. Key understanding includes how to generate meaning from qualitative data, how
to report the results of qualitative analysis, and how to reflect on one’s own performance to
identify strengths and opportunities for growth. The assessment prepares students for an
important task common to the public health practitioner role.
Instructions:
Analysis: Use the resources in module six to:
1. Code the data that you collect from your interviewees.
2. Develop themes based on your coding.
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3. Report on the themes that you’ve identified, supported by relevant quotes from your
interviewees. Report this part in the same style as the results section of a qualitative journal
article.
Reflection: reflect on your experience of interviewing and analysing the data. What did you do well,
and what did you struggle with? What could you learn to do better? What did you learn through this
experience?
Assessment Criteria:
• Ability to interpret and analyse data, and report the results appropriately (50%)
• Reflection upon the interview experience and demonstrates reflexivity (30%)
• Use of academic conventions (20%)
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Learning Ru
ics
Assessment
Attributes Fail (Unacceptable)
Pass
(Functional)
Credit
(Proficient)
Distinction
(Advanced)
High Distinction
(Exceptional)
Grade Description
(Grading Scheme)
Evidence of unsatisfactory achievement
of one or more of the learning
objectives of the course, insufficient
understanding of the course content
and/or unsatisfactory level of skill
development.
Evidence of satisfactory
achievement of course
learning objectives, the
development of
elevant skills to a
competent level, and
adequate
interpretation and
critical analysis skills.
Evidence of a good
level of understanding,
knowledge and skill
development in
elation to the content
of the course or work
of a superior quality on
the majority of the
learning objectives of
the course.
Demonstration of a
high level of
interpretation and
critical analysis skills.

Evidence of a high
level of
achievement of the
learning objectives
of the course
demonstrated in
such areas as
interpretation and
critical analysis,
logical argument,
use of
methodology and
communication
skills.
Evidence of an
exceptional level of
achievement of
learning objectives
across the entire
content of the course
demonstrated in such
areas as
interpretation and
critical analysis, logical
argument, creativity,
originality, use of
methodology and
communication skills.

Reflection upon the
interview experience
and demonstrates
eflexivity








30%
Does not meet minimum standard

Demonstrates no awareness of context
and/or purpose of reflection in practice.











Meets minimum
standard

Demonstrates limited
awareness of context
and/or purpose of
eflection in practice.







Moves beyond
minimum standard

Demonstrates
consistent awareness
of context and/or
purpose reflection in
practice.






Exceeds minimum
standard

Demonstrates an
advanced and
integrated
understanding of
context and/or
purpose of
eflection in
practice.




Exceeds minimum
standard and exhibits
high levels of
independence

Consistently
demonstrates a
systematic and critical
understanding of
context and purpose
of reflection in
practice.
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Ability to
interpret and
analyse data, and
eport the results
appropriately







50%











Limited synthesis and analysis.

Limited application
ecommendations
ased upon analysis.

Makes assertions that are not justified















Demonstrated analysis
and synthesis of new
knowledge with
application.

Shows the ability to
interpret relevant
information and
literature.

Justifies any
conclusions reached
with arguments not
merely assertion.











Well-developed
analysis and synthesis.

Shows strong ability to
interpret relevant
information and
literature.

Justifies any
conclusions reached
with well-formed
arguments not merely
assertion.












Thoroughly
developed and
creative analysis
and synthesis.

Shows excellent
ability to interpret
elevant
information and
literature.

Justifies any
conclusions
eached with well-
formed arguments







Highly sophisticated
and creative analysis,
synthesis of new with
existing knowledge.

Shows outstanding
ability to interpret
elevant information
and literature.

Strong application by
way of pretested
models and / or
independently
developed models.



Use of academic and
discipline conventions
and sources of
evidence





Poorly written with e
ors in spelling,
grammar.

Demonstrates inconsistent use of good
quality, credible and relevant research
sources to support and develop ideas.

There are mistakes in using the APA
Is written according to
academic genre (e.g.
with introduction,
conclusion or
summary) and has
accurate spelling,
grammar, sentence and
paragraph
Is well-written and
adheres to the
academic genre (e.g.
with introduction,
conclusion or
summary).

Demonstrates
Is very well-written
and adheres to the
academic genre.

Consistently
demonstrates
expert use of good
quality, credible
Expertly written and
adheres to the
academic genre.

Demonstrates expert
use of high-quality,
credible and relevant
esearch sources to
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20%
style.














construction.

Demonstrates
consistent use of
credible and relevant
esearch sources to
support and develop
ideas, but these are not
always explicit or well
developed.

There are no mistakes
in using the APA style.

consistent use of high
quality, credible and
elevant research
sources to support and
develop ideas.

There are no mistakes
in using the APA style.









and relevant
esearch sources to
support and
develop
appropriate
arguments and
statements. Shows
evidence of
eading beyond the
key reading

There are no
mistakes in using
the APA style.
support and develop
arguments and
position statements.
Shows extensive
evidence of reading
eyond the key
eading

There are no mistakes
in using the APA Style.








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ASSESSMENT BRIEF
Subject Code and Title PUBH6013: Qualitative Research Methods
Assessment Assessment 3B: Investigation Presentation
Individual/Group Individual
Length 500 words (+/-10%)
Learning Outcomes This assessment addresses the following learning outcomes:
c) Apply qualitative research methods through undertaking
data collection through, e.g. focus group, interviews,
observational methods
d) Appreciate cultural and ethical considerations for
qualitative research in Public Health
e) Understand sampling techniques, bias and rigour as they
apply to qualitative research
f) Apply coding and analysis techniques to qualitative data
Submission By 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday of Week 12
Weighting 10%
Total Marks 100 marks
Context:
This assessment involves preparing a report with data analysis/discussion of interviews and a
ief presentation.
There are two steps for this assignment. Part A involves writing a report and Part B involves
a 10 minute presentation in class.
Assessment 3B advances skills in presenting the rationale, process, and results of a
qualitative project. Key understanding includes how to present key information from their
project design and results in a concise and effective fashion, and how to deliver a
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ASSESSMENT: INVESTIGATION REPORT
TOPIC: IMPACT OF PCOD
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. BACKGROUND
2. METHODOLOGY
2.1. CODING AND THEMING
3. DATA COLLECTION
4. ASSESSMENT TOOL
5. DATA ANALYSIS
6. ETHICS AND CONSENT OF PARTICIPATING INDIVIDUALS
7. RESULTS AND FINDINGS
7.1. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SELF-REPORTED AND NON-SELF REPORTED
7.2. DIET THERAPY
8. PHYSICAL AND BEHAVIORAL IMPACT OF PCOD
9. IMPACT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY O PCOD
10. CUES TO ACTION
11. CONCLUSION
12. REFERENCES
1. BACKGROUND
Polycystic Ovarian Disorder [PCOD] is a female disorder which is caused due to hormonal imbalance. It is reported that more than 1 million of women are diagnosed with PCOD each year all over globe. When woman is affected with PCOD, she generally produces more male hormones in her body. PCOD is serious underlying cause for many disorders and complications like cardiovascular disorders, neurological disorders, fertility issues, menstrual i
egularities, obesity etc [Raymond J Rodgers 2019]. As per records, 12-21% of Australian women are diagnosed with PCOD. Out of which, most of cases are reported in the indigenous communities [Helena J Teede Et al. MJA 195]. It is also reported that 70% if the indigenous are undiagnosed with PCOD but show the symptoms [L Chitra Varanasi Et al.].
2. METHODOLOGIES
The research is ca
ied out based on qualitative analysis which included community based approach. This approach gives a wider scope for interaction with all genres of people and analysing them in detail. This way gives a greater opportunity for interaction between public, researchers, health professionals.
2.1 CODING AND THEMING
Coding of data, is the process of transforming raw data into meaningful one [Allen 2017]. Coding and theming plays a crucial role in developing the cause and explain it in depth for a better understanding of the readers. Coding is important for organising the raw data into meaningful way [Mai S Linneberg Et al. May 2019]. While theming is important to provide a meaningful cause and background to the research [Mojtaba Vaismoradi Et al. January 2016] . Coding and theming together provides meaning and structure to the qualitative analysis and interview format.
Coding is
oadly classified into 2 types: Automated and manual coding. Automated coding including the coding of the data thematically using a software. This is termed as automated as the analysis is done automatically using software. While the manual coding is the way where the coding process is done manually. The manual coding is further classified as deductive and inductive. In deductive coding, one should prepare a codebook for proper reference and guidance while in inductive process, there is no need of the reference book.
As per research guidelines, the qualitative analysis is classified into 5 types: Ethnography where, the research is focused on the culture, goals, motivation etc. ad where the researcher should immerse into completely: Na
ative analysis where the analysis is done as a na
ation and interview is conducted in-depth: Phenomenological analysis where the analysis describes an event or activity or phenomena: Grounded analysis where the explanation includes the story behind the events and the research is done grounded: Case study type of analysis includes a deeper understanding through multiple types of data.
3. DATA COLLECTION
One of the best methods in qualitative analysis is through interview an prioritised groups [Kabir 2017]. The in-depth type of data collection includes very few questions yet very descriptive and informative, the semi-structure is the most suitable form as this include moderate number of questions which gives...
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