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School of Health Policy and Management Faculty of Health Winter 2011 HH/HLST 1011 3.0 Health Care on the Frontlines: Life and Death in the Emergency Department Course Coordinator: Dr. Nicole Tenn-Lyn HNES Rm. 423A Instructor: Dr. Nicole Tenn-Lyn [email protected] ext. 22115 Lecture: Fri 10:30am-12:30pm ACW 109 Tutorial 01: Fri 12:30pm-1:30pm HNE 037 Tutorial 02: Fri 12:30pm-1:30pm HNE B17 Tutorial 03: Fri 12:30pm-1:30pm S537 Ross Tutorial 04: Fri 12:30pm-1:30pm N146 Ross Tutorial 05: Fri 12:30pm-1:30pm HNE 001 Tutorial 06: Fri 12:30pm-1:30pm HNE 033 Tutorial 07: Friday 1:30- 2:30 p.m. HNE 001 Tutorial 08: Friday 1:30-2:30 p.m. HNE 033 Tutorial 09: Friday 1:30-2:30 p.m. HNE 037 Tutorial 10: Friday 1:30-2:30 p.m. HNE B17 Course Description: This course will examine a wide variety of current issues in the Canadian health care system through the lens of emergency physicians and an emergency department perspective. Course objectives: The course offers students the opportunity to: Learn about the role of emergency departments in the context of the Canadian health care system; Learn about and from experiences of people who work in emergency departments; Develop a greater understanding of current issues in health policy, health management and health informatics; Hone analytic written and oral communication skills. Required text books: There is no required text for this part of the course. A course reader is available through the York Bookstore. 1
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EXPECTATIONS AND KEYS TO SUCCESS ATTENDANCE Students are expected to: attend every class and tutorial be punctual prepare for each class by reading the recommended articles (see pages actively participate in the discussions during class and in the tutorials. Teaching and learning is a shared responsibility, influenced by individual knowledge and experience, and achieved through expanding our awareness of the different issues and approaches different disciplines use to understand issues related to health policy, management and informatics. Commitment, preparation and active participation are important ingredients in achieving this goal. Your preparation and participation is important to your learning, and the learning of your colleagues. We welcome your questions and invite you to bring newspaper, magazine and/or journal articles on timely topics to the attention of the class. Lecture slides for each class will be uploaded to the course website at: after the class has occurred. Handouts of lecture slides will not be made. It is important to take good notes during class. YORK UNIVERSITY COMPUTER ACCOUNT You will require a York University e-mail account ( [email protected] ) because some of the course readings will ONLY be accessible through the York University library. Access to the resources of York’s libraries will also be important in preparing your term
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