Law & Ethics for Public Health Leaders

SPH PH 856

Law, ethics, and human rights often either determine or heavily influence both the range of choices open to public health policymakers and the means available to achieve public health goals. Using case studies, including rationing flu vaccine, responding to catastrophes such as Hurricane Katrina, protecting and promoting women?s health and reproductive rights in developing countries, and regulating research to prevent exploitation of subjects in resource poor countries, students will recognize and integrate legal, ethical, and human rights concepts into public health policy development.

FALL 2014 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Glantz T 307C M 2:00 pm-5:00 pm Drph Stdts Only
or others with
Drph program
director approv
only
MED Campus

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