Chat with us, powered by LiveChat Global Population Health uses epidemiologic methodology to examine global health issues and disease in human populations. Students explore innovative solutions to the world?s health care problems through collaboration and discuss the strengths and weaknesses inherent in each. They explore and discuss current, select global problems, such as infectious diseases, bioterrorism attacks, and the effects of disasters and emergencies. Special attention is paid to the sensitivity and advocacy for vulnerable populations worldwide. Students examine cultural compassion and caring for diverse populations at risk within the healthcare profession. Course Goals By the conclusion of this course, you will be able to: Validate and evaluate the use of epidemiology to identify major global issues in public health. Originate and elaborate on both natural and man-made health concerns to include terrorism and infectious diseases of global importance. Discuss advocacy for vulnerable populations and diversity and then demonstrate cultural sensitivity in care planning and collaboration. Critique the essential elements of disaster and emergency interventions for health care systems. Assess major organizations that are involved in global health and synthesize knowledge of important global health priorities. Formulate and propose a plan to address health concerns in regards to ethical, legal, social, and public health policy, to express a concentration on interdisciplinary collaboration. Please consider how you have developed the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that enable your achievement of the Course Goals listed in the syllabus. Then write a minimum of a 1000 word APA 7th style essay reflecting on how this course has helped you achieve these goals. | Gen Paper
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Global Population Health uses epidemiologic methodology to examine global health issues and disease

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