Additional Critical Literature Review
Students who start the Master of Science in International Health (MScIH) with 180 ECTS credit points from Bachelor of Science studies are required to write an Additional Critical Literature Review, supported by a designated supervisor. The topic must be relevant to international health and the overall theme of the advanced modules the student has chosen. The Additional Critical Literature Review yields 15 ECTS credit points. The topic may be identical to the topic of the Master's Thesis.
Students who have completed an Additional Critical Literature Review are disallowed from doing a critical literature review as Master's Thesis and must choose a different research design.
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Completed Additional Critical Literature Reviews
Students have in the past submitted ACRL with the following titles:
- Extra-Pulmonary Tuberculosis in South Asia and the Western Pacific Regions
- Measuring to what extent recent integration studies fulfill the latest WHO Health Integration Strategies
- Vaccine delivery outside the cold chain for the last mile in low and middle-income countries: A Literature Review
- An overview of the literature on the therapeutic potential of Ayahuasca on psychiatric disorders
- Perinatal programming of appetite and food intake: The associations of infectious diseases during pregnancy with dietary behavior of the adult offspring
- Universal Health Coverage – A synthesis of the History, Concepts and Critiques
- Health Coverage of the Informal Sector Population in Cambodia – Challenges and Opportunities