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HLTH-585 Global Health Policy Course Level: 500-LEVEL Course

Global Health Policy (3) This course presents an historical foundation for global health policies, the processes of systematic policy formation and analysis, and the relationship between global health policies and social and economic development. Major bodies of influence, such as the World Health Organization and the Pan-American Health Organization, and their role in forming and enforcing international health policies. The role of state, local, and federal governments and other forms of political and social governance are discussed, as well as cultural health issues and barriers to policy development and enforcement. Usually Offered: spring.

Term: Spring 2019 Semester
Course Level: 500-LEVEL Course