PSC 345: Politics Of Public Health
How governments at the federal, state and local levels cope with threats to the public's health, such as AIDS, lead poisoning, toxic waste, tuberculosis. We will evaluate the effectiveness of government interventions, identify ethical and political pitfalls of present strategies and assess the prospects for eradicating our most pressing health problems.
|MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT||11:00 AM EDT||11:50 AM EDT|
|Instructor: Kristen McHenry||Class status: C|
|Class instruction mode: Blended|