Public Health Interventions: Theory, Practice, and Research  --  Public Health  (PB HLTH) 201E [2,3 units]
Course Format: Two hours of seminar per week.
Prerequisites: Previous experience with health interventions and doctoral student status or consent of instructor.
Description: This course focuses on the primary factors that affect health and the interventions that can promote health. Students examine the determinants of health and the theory, history, types, ethics, and approaches of public health interventions. Community level interventions and multidisciplinary approaches receive special emphasis. The course stresses a rigorous critique of the outcomes of interventions and practical ways to improve them. Students take an active role in the design and conduct of the course.
(SP) Neuhauser, Syme
 


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