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CHP 540 Prevention Principles and Practices 4.0 Credits

The course will provide students with a solid foundation in the behavioral and social sciences theories in the context of public health research and practice. Its content seeks to provide a range of theories and frameworks commonly used in the field and, particularly, to underscore the intersection of public health and human rights. The theories and frameworks to be presented will assist students in framing many of the public health dilemmas that will be discussed in this course. These include: health disparities, the role of race, culture, and ethnicity on health, the impact of social determinants of health, the role of cultural and linguistic competency, and the power of community building through engagement.

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

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