HPM 2133 - LAW IN PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTICE
Minimum Credits: 2
Maximum Credits: 2
Local health departments play increasingly pivotal roles in the provision of community public health services; however, they also are experiencing diminished funding and reduced workforces. This course is the first of its kind offered at the University of Pittsburgh: a practice-based, collaborative learning experience for public health and law students. Together, students will develop interventions to address an issue identified by the Allegheny county health department as requiring the expertise of both cohorts.
Academic Career: Graduate
Course Component: Lecture
Grade Component: Grad Letter Grade
Course Attributes: Community Element -General Community Impact
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