96301 High Performance Science6cp; 3 hpw online interactive activities; 5 hpw independent study
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This subject examines the role that science and evidence-based practice plays in enhancing human performance, in high performance settings. A distinctive feature of the subject is its focus on developing student’s knowledge, decision-making and applied research skills required to plan and deliver evidence-based interventions for athletes to enhance health and performance. There is a strong focus on preparing graduates with relevant practical skills that are used by high performance sport practitioners. Students will be taught to translate advanced concepts to professional practice through the application of critical thinking, independent learning and effective communication.
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