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Oct 15, 2015 by Sharon White (sgwhite)
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PA 6119 : Health, Justice, and Society II
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Physician Assistant (PA)
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EHSP-PAMPH: Physician Assistant and Environmental Health Science and Policy
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
PA-MPH: Joint MSHS in the Field of Physician Assistant and MPH in Community-Oriented Primary Care
PA-MPHE: Joint MSHS in the Field of Physician Assistant and MPH (Epidemiology)
PA-MPHHP: Physician Assistant and Health Policy
PA-MSHS: Physician Assistant
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PA 6118 : Health, Justice, and Society I
School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Physician Assistant (PA)
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Health, Justice, and Society II
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Health, Justice & Society II
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Continuation of PA 6118. Students interact with community clinicians and/or members of communities with vulnerable populations, developing communication and team practice skills through participation in team projects. Prerequisites are PA 6118 for MSHS PA students; PUBH 6007 for joint degree PA/MPH students.
The goal of the course is to provide students with an application of concepts learned in HJS l. Team based experiences are provided to help expand knowledge and skills related to vulnerable populations that students will encounter as a clinician. By the end of the course, learners will be able to: 1. Develop communication skills by learning to ask questions, express opinions, and write for an audience; 2. Recognize and apply elements of collaborative professional practice including interprofessional settings; 3. Apply concepts of health literacy for a clinical setting.
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Tue, 15 Mar 2016 20:08:11 GMT
Rollback: Please add a schedule of classes to the syllabus and resubmit.
Sat, 30 Jul 2016 18:24:24 GMT
Rollback: further editing by school
Wed, 17 Aug 2016 20:09:23 GMT
Rollback: Please clarify prerequisites. This course says it is a continuation of 6118; should 6118 be a prereq? If so, that's in conflict with the syllabus, which says prereqs are "PA 6210 Health Justice and Society I for MSHS students and PUBH 600 [sic] Social and Behavioral Approaches to Public Health for joint degree physician assistant students."