410.883.01 MHS IN SOCIAL FACTORS IN HEALTH SEMINAR III
Focuses on agencies and settings in which public health social science research is conducted.
Upon successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
Recognize the challenges unique to addressing sexual and reproductive health in adolescents and the intersection of adolescent risk-seeking and avoidance and the socio-political context through which sexual and reproductive health outcomes evolve
Use the ASRH literature to engage in an informed and lively debate on the most controversial issues in adolescent sexual reproductive health
Synthesize information on an adolescent reproductive health issue to prepare a publishable public health document (e.g. position statement, policy brief, or editorial) relevant to the issue
- Wednesday 12:00 - 1:20