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– Public Health Concepts in a Systems Context (3)
Public health systems studied through the application of systems techniques and systems thinking to core public health concepts in Health Policy and Management, Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Health Behavior and Maternal and Child Health. The course covers the fundamental forms of systems reasoning with the use of techniques that include: Causal Loop Diagramming, Stock and Flow Diagramming, Archetypes, Concept mapping and Model Design. Students outside of HPM must have permission of instructor.
Days and Time: W; 12:20 pm–3:20 pm
Location: RO 235
crisis management - Institute for Public Relations
Public Health Concepts in a Systems Context (3). This course develops systems reasoning in health policy and management students through the application of systems techniques and systems thinking to core public health concepts in health policy and management, environmental health, epidemiology, and health behavior and health education. Spring.
– Community and Public Health Security–Disasters, Terrorism, and Emergency Management Systems (3)
This course examines systems for emergency management at federal, state, and local levels. The roles of emergency management, health services, and public health in disaster management are examined.
Days and Time: N/A; Online Only