INTH-142 International Health Promotion
Fall for 2017-2018
Faculty:
This course provides an introduction to fundamental terminologies and frameworks in international health promotion. In particular, health promotion will be examined in terms of cultural appropriateness, efficacy, and effectiveness with vigorous evaluation methodologies and tools. The course is intended to serve as a primer to address global health morbidity and mortality as well as reducing health disparities with evidence-based approaches.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: International Health Major.

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INTH-142-01 International Health Promotion
Fall for 2017-2018
Faculty:
This course provides an introduction to fundamental terminologies and frameworks in international health promotion. In particular, health promotion will be examined in terms of cultural appropriateness, efficacy, and effectiveness with vigorous evaluation methodologies and tools. The course is intended to serve as a primer to address global health morbidity and mortality as well as reducing health disparities with evidence-based approaches.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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