A student recently inquired me about the best source of finding public health dissertation topics. My reply: “You.” A dissertation topic should always be something that interests YOU. If your research question makes you inquisitive and you are eager to find its answer, you are on the right path.
Yet I can totally understand what that student really meant. For finding current research topics in public health (or any other field of study), the best source is always academic journals. It’s like visiting a book store to see the topics people writing about. It gives you inspiration and variety of ideas but it also tells you which wheel has already been invented and what is left for you work on.
If you are a public health student, you got lucky. The stress and confusion on that student’s face made me visit some important peer-reviewed academic journal to compile this list of research topics in public health and nutrition. Make good use of it.
List of Public health dissertation topics
Though it took me some time to find some good examples of research topics in Public health, but finally it's available for students who either pursuing an undergraduate degree or looking for research topics in public health for masters. In my opinion, this post can help you to come up with a topic of your interest or give you some random suggestions to follow and create the title from scratch for your dissertation on your own. In both cases, the post serves its purpose.
Public Health Access Issue in America: Constitutional challenges to Obamacare.
More Citizens Without a State: Quality of life of Rohangiya Immigrants in Bangladesh.
Have the declining trend of disability in USA continued? A National Survey Research.
The Gap between Parent’s Knowledge and Practice of Child Caring Strategies in Indian Slum Areas.
Are Villages Safe from AIDS? A study comparing prevalence, cause and treatment of HIV in urban and rural Areas of Kenya.
Estimation of the Environmental Determinant of Illness in Pakistan and Correction of Statistical Data on National Burden of Diseases Caused by Unhealthy Environment.
Can Environmental Pollution Affect Birthweight? Statistical evidences from national healthcare database in the Hong Kong.
Improving Public Health Awareness Program of Canada: Guidance on dealing with extreme cold weather conditions.
Collecting Data from Public for Public: Development and Evaluation of an Online Public Health Database in Kenya.
Demographic Profiling of High-Risk Population of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in France.
The Effect of Lifestyle Changes on Patients of Type 1 Diabetes: A Random Control Trial.
Individual Factors behind Road Traffic Severe Injuries and Death in Jiangsu Province, China.
Propagating and Sexualizing Women’s Smoking: Analysis of Multimedia content in Popular Fashion Magazines .
Does weight loss reduce hypertension: Determining the cut-off weight associated with risk of hypertension.
Safety of Sex Workers from HIV through oral drugs: Evidence from Ukraine.
Eating With Friends: The Risk Factors Associated with Sharing Lunch among School Children in India.
Kitchen Class: An Evaluative Research on a School-based Nutritional Intervention Program.
Economic Burden of Removing Trans-fat: A modelling study on Food Industry of Whales, UK.
Benefits and Risk Associated with Healthcare Applications among Young Teens.
Awareness of Papillomavirus amongst Primary Healthcare Providers: A Survey of Nurses, Doctors and Supportive Staff in a Private Hospital in England.
Using Mobile Technology for Public Health Education Programs: Evidences from Single-blinded Experimental Study in Sir Lanka.
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