To ensure rigorous analysis of one clinical disease or community health problem in global health practice, each global health distinction track student will complete a capstone paper. It will be fully referenced in publishable style, typically in “meta-analysis” format. The topic, preferably drawn from that student’s field experiences in this track, will be approved by the program co-directors.
Students will complete the 800 COM Independent Study Form and include a short description of the capstone project. This should be submitted to the global health coordinator by OCTOBER 1.
Include in the description:
- Title of the capstone paper.
- Form of the final project (e.g., research paper, meta-analysis of a specific global health problem, global health ethical or issue analysis based on personal narrative/experience, application and analysis of a method/protocol in a specific global health setting, etc.).
- Short summary of the paper.
After the form and short summary have been submitted:
- An advisor will be assigned to guide the student through the project.
- The student will meet with their advisor to discuss the project.
- Determine a timeline for completion.
- The advisor will grade the paper and submit an evaluation to the global health coordinator.
CAPSTONE PROJECT DUE: APRIL 15
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