Global AIDS Epidemic: Social & Economic Determinants, Impact, & Responses

SPH IH 795

AIDS is one of the most important pandemics and human development challenges of our time. This course explores the determinants and impacts of the AIDS pandemic and examines best practices in prevention, care and treatment and impact mitigation. Students will explore the relationship between human rights, gender and vulnerability to HIV; examine effective multi-sectoral responses; and evaluate the benefits and limitations of major multi- and bi-lateral AIDS initiatives. Students will also examine the major debates in the AIDS field and explore different, at times contradictory, perspectives.

FALL 2014 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Messersmith T 10:00 am-12:45 pm Pre-req: MPH
Sb core course.
May be taken
currently with
Sb core.
MED Campus

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