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HMP 555 Violence, Trauma and Adversity in Public Health 3.0 Credits

This course will provide an introductory focus on the public health policy and practice aspects of trauma, violence and adversity. The course will explore the history, epidemiology and psychobiology of trauma and adversity, look at exposure to adversity across the lifespan, and examine the impact of emerging knowledge on individuals, communities and systems. Students will have opportunities to examine trauma-informed approaches being applied to individuals, communities and systems and will analyze the policy and practice implications of these models as well as the translation from research to practice.

College/Department: Dornsife School of Public Health
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

Epidemiology MPH

...570 , BST 571 and HMP 505 may be...Credits Summer Credits BST 555 3.0 BST...

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