Research and Action for Eliminating Health Inequities

SPH MC 775

This course is focused on strengthening public health students' knowledge, skills and ability to construct a critical appraisal of the determinants, distribution, causes, mechanisms, systems and consequences of health disparities. The course requirements, including the class presentations, help students in acquiring intermediate skills in design of public health interventions targeted toward understanding, reducing and ultimately eliminating health disparities among and across MCH populations. Students will gain program evaluation skills through evaluation of allocation of resources and provision of health services in a specific community-based program. The course is designed to help students translate current knowledge and research into specific public health strategies. This class also carries concentration credit for the Social & Behavioral Sciences concentration.

FALL 2014 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Belanoff CT 460 T 6:00 pm-8:45 pm This class also
carries Sb
concentration
credit
MED Campus
Class Closed

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