MPH 205 - Public Health Program Planning and Evaluation
Semester Hours: 3
Fall, Spring, Summer
Public Health professionals engage in very applied, multidisciplinary planning and evaluation of programs that aim to improve access to care, quality of care and cost of care, and ultimately health and well-being. This course prepares students to plan, implement, and evaluate public health programs as well as examine challenges to program development and outcomes brought about by differential access to care, care quality and cost of services. Strategies for overcoming complexities associated with cross-sector collaborations, fragmented health systems and designing effective programs that bridge different organizations with very disparate capabilities to conduct health research, will also be explored.
(Formerly COMH210: Strategies for Assessing Outcomes in Community Health)
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