Environmental public health is the study of environmental agents and settings that can affect human health. In this course we explore health risks present in both natural and human-made environments, such as the built environment, and within systems such as food and energy production. Students will examine populations at higher risk for environmental health effects, as well as explore cross-cutting and emerging environmental health topics that affect global populations. Through short assignments students will practice skills such as exposure assessment and risk communication that are necessary for public health practice in a variety of settings. As a final project students will design a research study using environmental health methodologies.
Lynn Blevins () and Heidi Hales ()
DATES: May 19 - June 27, 2014; Open to graduate and post baccalaureate students; Continuing Education and Professionals Students by permission.
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