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HMP 704 Using Data to Drive Policy and Practice 3.0 Credits

Public policy is driven by advocates, lobbyists, consultants, and other stakeholders. Data is an important tool that is used by all of these groups to drive arguments/positions and inform public officials. This course is an intermediate course designed to teach graduate-level public health students techniques in gathering, analyzing and presenting data, including the use of basic statistical measures, to use an evidence base to inform public policy. This course exhibits a heavy applied component, teaching students how to collect, synthesize and report data, how to engage stakeholders with effective communication.

College/Department: Dornsife School of Public Health
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: BST 555 [Min Grade: C]

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