Health Policy Advocacy  --  Public Health  (PB HLTH) 220D [3 units]
Course Format: Three hours of lecture/discussion per week.
Prerequisites: Graduate standing or consent of instructor.
Description: A graduate seminar in practice-based means to advocate for health policy. This course focuses on data based strategies using persuasive written and oral communication skills necessary to preserve and/or improve the health status of populations. Students will develop research, organization, and coalition-building skills necessary to produce an effective advocacy campaign. The course identifies the roles of those involved in the making of policy and demonstrates the use of appropriate channels and technologies to influence health policy change.
(F) Snyder
 


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