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Interesting subject and although there is lots of content you are not expected to wrote learn everything, it is more about remembering public health concepts than stats and biological processes. Gives a really good background into public health. To be honest I found the assignments a bit stupid and for a first year unit it wasn't made clear exactly what was wanted, but the exam was super easy - it is constructed in a way where you dont have to answer every question, you can just pick a few to answer out of some choices so if you aren't 100% confident on some topics its fine

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2021

Nice subject, is quite content heavy though. Lectures can be quite time consuming, for example in one week we had 5 x 40 min lectures. Tutorials were good too. Exam was open book and the questions were straightforward as well. The essay and photo essay were very easy to get good marks for.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2021

Fairly interesting but has a lot of content. Exam is open book though and assessments were pretty easy to get a good mark in. Tutorials can be fun

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2021

I took PUBH1101: Health and Illness in Human Populations as an elective - it was actually very interesting! For anyone taking this subject, I have some greatly detailed notes to support your assessments/exams.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017