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Mar 26, 2016 by Candice Johnson (candicej)
PUBH 6001 : Biological Concepts in Public Health
Sat, 26 Mar 2016 09:27:33 GMT
Fri, 25 Mar 2016 18:27:24 GMT
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Prevention and Community Health
Public Health (PUBH)
Programs referencing this course
BS-MPH: Combined Bachelor of Science in Public Health and Master of Public Health
COPC-MPH: Community Oriented Primary Care
EHSP-MPH: Environmental Health Science and Policy
EHSP-PAMPH: Physician Assistant and Environmental Health Science and Policy
GEH-MPH: Global Environmental Health
GHP-MPH: Global Health Policy
GHPDME-MPH: Global Health Program Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation
HPOL-MPH: Health Policy
HPRO-MPH: Health Promotion
MCH-MPH: Maternal and Child Health
PA-EHSP: Physician Assistant and Environmental Health Science and Policy
PA-GEH: MSHS in the Field of Physician Assistant and MPH in Global Environmental Health
PAPH-MPH: Physical Activity in Public Health
PH-GC: Public Health
PHCM-MPH: Public Health Communication and Marketing
PHN-MPH: Master of Public Health in the Field of Public Health Nutrition
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In The Catalog Prerequisites:
PUBH 6058 : Researching Violence Against Women and Girls
PUBH 6060 : MPH@GW Culminating Experience I
PUBH 6061 : MPH@GW Culminating Experience II
PUBH 6137 : Environmental and Occupational Health Culminating Experience I
PUBH 6489 : Evaluation of Food and Nutrition Programs and Policies
Milken Institute School of Public Health
Public Health (PUBH)
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Biological Concepts in Public Health
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An overview of current knowledge about biological mechanisms of major diseases causing death and disability in the United States and globally; understanding and interpreting the reciprocal relationships of genetic, environmental, and behavioral determinants of health and disease in an ecologic context; analyzing, discussing, and communicating biologic principles of disease from a public health perspective.
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Explanation of how the course differs from similar GW courses
Administrative change to reflect the addition of the zero credit discussion groups.
Course Reviewer Comments
Mon, 26 Oct 2015 21:21:40 GMT
Updated abbreviated title as well.