300.712.02 FORMULATING POLICY: STRATEGIES AND SYSTEMS OF POLICYMAKING IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Presents the considerations, theories, activities and participants involved in the formulation of health and social policy. Examines the process of defining health and social problems, selecting and assessing policy options, and the role that various stakeholders have in the making of health and social policy. Through case studies, students learn how policy processes work, the role of politics, and how stakeholders external to policy processes such as researchers, advocates, and other public and private organizations help to shape policy decisions.
- Tuesday 9:00 - 10:20
- Thursday 9:00 - 10:20