HNSC 7310X Maternal, Child, Reproductive and Sexual Health: A Life Course Perspective
45 hours; 3 credits
Theoretical framework as to how life course exposures affect vulnerability to disease, with an emphasis on the roles of maternal, child, reproductive and sexual health. This course also considers how intra- and inter-generational influences may be relevant to disparities in health. Readings address empirical patterns, prevailing theories and controversies regarding life course influences, and address interventions or policies that may be applied to improve population health.
Prerequisite: HNSC 7120X and HNSC 7150X.
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