MPH 207 - Critical Decisions in Public Health Emergencies
Semester Hours: 3
This course is designed to provide an overview of the key principles of critical decisions in public health emergencies and emergency management. The focus of this course will be public health with special emphasis on managing public health emergencies and working with stakeholders throughout the community during ongoing and developing crises, unexpected events, emergencies, and disasters. Experts from the field will address special topics such as: Problem Solving at the Federal, State, and Local Level; Emergency Preparedness; managing Disaster Behavioral Health; Population Aging and Suburban Health Disparities. Course participants will engage in seminar style discussions and group interactive projects emphasizing real-time, inter-professional decision-making.
(Formerly MPH 280C: Critical Decisions in Public Health Emergencies)
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