Public Health and the Law  --  Public Health  (PB HLTH) 229 [3 units]
Course Format: Three hours of lecture per week.
Prerequisites: Graduate standing or consent of instructor. No previous legal experience or training necessary.
Description: This is an introductory course for nonlawyers in selected aspects of the law relating to public health. Major attention is paid to fundamental legal principles and legal reasoning, recurring legal issues confronted by health professionals, and the use of law to advance a public health agenda. Emphasis is placed on giving students tools to use when they encounter law-related problems in their professional careers. The course is intended for students in all divisions of the School of Public Health.
(F) Ashe, Simpson
 


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