Health Disparities Courses
Disparities in Health in America: Working Towards Social Justice
Summer Workshop Coming Soon!
Monday, June 17 - Saturday, June 22, 2013
The 11th annual Disparities in Health in America Workshop: Working Towards Social Justice is a six-day workshop that aims to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of health disparities, of means to enhance health equity, and of the bio-psychosocial approach in addressing health disparities in a minority and the medically underserved populations.
This workshop is designed to meet the public health interests of healthcare professionals, social workers, students, fellows, community members, civic and governmental leaders. Three (3.0) academic credits are provided to HDEART students who registered for a Special Topic Elective, complete the six-day workshop, and meet individual institutional requirements.
For additional information on the 2013 Annual Summer Workshop, please contact Karyn Harvey, MPH at (713) 745-3591 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The annual Health Disparities Course examines the social and societal factors that are fundamental in creating disparities in health. The course focuses on the formulation of public policy objectives to reduce and ultimately eliminate heath disparities.
The 2012 Fall course is will be held at a to be determined university within the Houston area, with telecast to universities belonging to the HDEART Consortium. It is open to anyone interested in health disparities issues, including undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and other health care professionals. In order to receive college credit, students must register for the course during the enrollment period at their university.
Time: August - December 16, 2012
Location : TBD
For more information, please contact Cynthia Clark at email@example.com / 713- 563-4005.