HUMN 8050 - Global Health and Issues in Disease Prevention
This course provides an in-depth review of how population-based strategies are used in the prevention of disease and disability. Students explore the topics of population health and disease prevention from the perspective of understanding the determinants of health. Using a cross-disciplinary approach, students examine how economics, social factors, health policy, urbanization, globalization, the environment, and other factors influence disease. Students consider how research in disease prevention, health determinants, and population health applies to public and community health efforts.
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