HSAD 4006 - Public Health - Determinants of Health Disparities - A Comparative International Perspective
Course will investigate (1) the delivery of health care needs/services of selected populations in the U.S. and Great Britain; (2) the description of health disparities and measurement issues; (3) the determinants of health disparities: politics and health insurance coverage, economics, social and physical environmental factors, behavioral and emotional variables; (4) the impact of aging of the populations, increased racial and ethnic diversity and technological developments; (5) the intervention strategies and evaluation results. Each student will be expected to complete a substantial, original research paper or project to satisfy the six hour requirement. This course will only be taught as part of the British Studies program in London, England.
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