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Unformatted text preview: CPSP 118f Class 1 Fall 2010 8/29/10 Presented August 30, 2010 Robert S. Gold, PhD, DrPh, FAAHB, FASHA School of Public Health University of Maryland + CPSP 118f symposium Global Health + Expectations Before our next class, login to Blackboard ( www.elms.umd.edu ). You should be registered in CPSP118f College Park Scholars Colloquium I. Familiarize yourself with the layout. Before each class you will be able to see the notes for that class in pdf format. Feel free to review these notes before class and print them out for your own note taking. Each week review all materials (announcements, notes, readings, etc.), assignments, and due dates. + Classroom activity We are going to build a world map for our scholars program. On the paper provided Put your name at the top of the paper List all the countries and places within the countries youve stayed in for more than 48 hours. Be as specific as you can for example China: Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Guilin Costa Rica: San Jose List three (3) of the places in the world you would most like to visit in the next 5 years 1CPSP 118f Class 1 Fall 2010 8/29/10 + Week 1 objectives . . . After completing the first week of class, you should be able to: Define key concepts of globalization Distinguish between public health and medicine Describe some of the many current issues and problems in global public health Identify the variety of factors which influence population health + Public health is . . . what we as a society do collectively to assure the conditions in which people can be healthy Institute of Medicine The Future of Public Health 1988 + Bill Foege There is no human endeavor that is outside the realm of public health 2 CPSP 118f Class 1 Fall 2010 8/29/10 + What dis tinguishes public health from medicine?...
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2010 for the course HLTH 230 taught by Professor Friedman during the Three '10 term at ADFA.
- Three '10
- Global Health