The study is being conducted by the research department of International Health Sciences University. The major goal of the study is to assess whether reflective assignments through diaries can increase the development of self-monitoring and self-regulation skills which allow the student to evaluate their own ethical stands and become reflective practitioners. The study population is made up of Masters of Public Health students who study at International Health Sciences University.
Principal Investigator: Dr. Nick Wooding
Study Co-ordinator: Teddy Nagaddya