Graduate Course Descriptions

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6492. Advanced Topics in Health Promotion, Disease and Disability Prevention

1.00 credits

Prerequisites: Co-requisite: GPAH 6324 (RG 3987).

Grading Basis: Graded

An in-depth examination of health promotion and disease and disability prevention policies, programs and strategies. Continued examination of important national and international issues in health promotion and disease and disability prevention that compliment those raised in AH 6324. Students will critically analyze the health promotion and disease and disability prevention scientific literature relating to a critical issue of their choice. The format for this critique will be a seminar presentation and a written scientific synthesis.

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