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TYPE THE TITLE OF YOUR PROJECT HERE

STUDENT NAME: Type your name here
STUDENT NUMBER:Enter your student number
COURSE NAME:Masters in Public Health (Occupational Hygiene) DEPARTMENT:Department of Occupational and Environmental Health COURSE CODE:OCEH8V1

SUPERVISOR:Type your supervisor’s name here

DATE OF SUBMISSION: DD MMMM 20YY
CONTENTS
ABSTRACT5
introduction6
Use heading 1 from the selection above for your main heading. use all caps, do not use anything else as the table of contents has been automated to use this setting6 Sub Heading6
Sub-Sub-Heading6
problem statement7
Overview7
Research Question/Hypothesis7
OBJECTIVES AND AIMS8
Overall Objective8
Specific Aims8
BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE9
research design and methods10
Overview10
Population and Study Sample10
Sample Size and Selection of Sample10
Sources of Data10
Collection of Data10
Exposure Assessment10
Data Management10
Data Analysis Strategies10
Ethics and Human Subjects Issues10
Timeframes10
Strengths and Weaknesses of the Study11
Public Health Significance12
Budget and Motivation13
references14
Appendices15
Appendix 1: Questionnaire15
Appendix 2: Patient List16

ABSTRACT

Background

Methods

Results

Discussion and Conclusion

Do not use abbreviations or insert tables, figures or references into your abstract. You abstract generally should not exceed about 300 words.

introduction

Use heading 1 from the selection above for your main heading. use all caps, do not use anything else as the table of contents has been automated to use this setting

Sub Heading

Use Heading 2 from the selection of styles on the menu bar above. Do NOT use all capitals, but write as is shown above. Do not use anything else as the Table of Contents has been automated to include this style for a subheading.

Sub-Sub-Heading

Use Heading 3 from the selection of styles on the menu bar above. Do NOT use all capitals, but write as is shown above. Do not use anything else as the Table of Contents has been automated to include this style for a sub-subheading.

Referencing

When do your referencing, use the automatic system provided by Microsoft Word. To use this, from the Menu bar, go to Insert > Reference > Footnote. Now select Endnote > end of document. For the options, select Number format > 1, 2, 3; Custom mark > leave blank; Start at > 1; Numbering > continuous. If you do this, you will see a superscript inserted at the point of your cursor, as in this example, with the cursor automatically going to the end of your document for you to insert your reference details[i]. This keeps a continuous numbering system as you progress through your proposal. Once you are done, you could move this from the last page to the last page before the Appendices.

problem statement

Overview

Research Question/Hypothesis

OBJECTIVES AND AIMS

Overall Objective

Specific Aims

BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE

This is your literature review. Use Headings 2 and 3 to provide sub headings in your review

research design and methods

Overview

Use headings 2 and 3 as appropriate, and use these headings if appropriate.

Population and Study Sample

Sample Size and Selection of Sample

Sources of Data

Collection of Data

Exposure Assessment

Data Management

Data Analysis Strategies

Ethics and Human Subjects Issues

Timeframes

Strengths and Weaknesses of the Study

Public Health Significance

Budget and Motivation

references

Use the Vancouver Style of referencing. This is found at this website: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/bv.fcgi?rid=citmed.TOC&depth=2 or a less detailed website: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/uniform_requirements.html

References should be numbered consecutively in...
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