Instructor: Beth Richan
This course examines global health from a variety of perspectives, including anthropological, epidemiological, and sociological, to help understand the cultural and historical patterns shaping global health inequalities. With an emphasis on resource‐poor countries, specific topics may include infectious and non‐communicable diseases, nutrition and maternal health.
Available in Winter 2018 and Winter 2019.
PREREQUISITE [(Level 3 or above and registration in a HLTH, KINE, or PHED Plan) or registration at the BISC] and HLTH 101/3.0.