This course explores global public health and global health challenges affecting people primarily in developing or resource-constrained countries. Cultural competency concepts will be embedded.
Hendrika Maltby ()
Dates: July 15 - August 9, 2013; Open to grad & post bac students; Continuing Ed and professionals please request instructor permission
The on-line course is divided into four modules. We will examine basic principles of global public health, culture and health behavior, social determinants of health, the burden of disease (infectious, chronic, mental health), reproductive health, complex humanitarian emergencies, and global health agencies and collaborations.
By the end of the course, students should be able to 1.Describe how principles of public health are applied in a global context 2.Discuss determinants of health, including ethical and human rights issues 3.Evaluate the burden of disease across countries 4.Analyze complex humanitarian emergencies 5.Appraise the role of international health organizations 6.Determine how to develop partnerships to solve global public health issues
Discussion Board Postings: 50% Web site analysis: 25% Final Paper: 25%
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