Merging Clinical & Population-Based Perspectives in Public Health Practice: Tension & Resolution

SPH SB 808

Clinicians and public health professionals rarely share common definitions of health or illness, and they often have competing interests, conflicting agendas, and different strategic approaches to health care problems. This course explores contradictions and tensions between two perspectives that limit the effectiveness of both personal medical care and public health activities. Students observe population-based programs within an emergency department setting and explore the policy implications of collaborative, integrated models.

Note: this course was also offered during Summer Term

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