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Viewing: PUBH 6255 : Org Responses to HIV/Epidemic

Last edit: Thu, 09 Feb 2017 15:05:35 GMT

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Milken Institute School of Public Health
Public Health (PUBH)
PUBH
6255
Org Responses to HIV/Epidemic
Org Responses to HIV/Epidemic
2
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Discussion Group
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Seminar
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PubH 6003, HIV/AIDS experience, or permission of Instructor
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This seminar focuses on the rapidly evolving responses of local, national and global governmental and non-governmental organizations to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Inspirational leaders of selected HIV/AIDS organizations are invited to describe how their organizations contribute to fighting the epidemic; the leadership and management skills that they use in their daily work; and their strategic decision-making processes. Basic principles of epidemiology, leadership and organizational strategy and structure are addressed through didactic presentations and interactive faculty-student dialogue. Lessons learned through the lens of HIV/AIDS organizations are broadly applicable to other public health problems. Students will learn about the strengths and challenges of different types of public health organizations as they make career decisions about their own transition to the public health work force.

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