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PUBH 6365 : Advanced Global Health Security and Diplomacy
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Thu, 06 Jul 2017 21:27:06 GMT
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Prevention and Community Health
Public Health (PUBH)
Milken Institute School of Public Health
Health Policy and Management (HPM)
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Advanced Global Health Security and Diplomacy
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Adv Glob Hlth Security
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The development of foreign policy at the nexus of global health and national security; the evolving concept of global health diplomacy. Science and technology policy, biodefense and counter terrorism, weapons of mass destruction nonproliferation, food security, global health challenges, and U.S. diplomacy. Role of government and non-governmental organizations.
1. Assess the functions, capacities, management and governance of governmental, international and non-state organizations that comprise health systems. Translate scientific and program evidence to inform the development of public health programs and policies within the context of health systems 2. Apply relevant qualitative and quantitative tools and concepts to inform policy analyses for different audiences and topics 3. Develop concise written and oral policy analyses for different audiences; identify the key strategies required to protect and advance health 4. Develop knowledge and skills in fundamentals of environmental health including the connection between population health and exposures to chemical, physical and biological agents in the environment
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