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Welcome to the University of Texas at Austin! Signature Course (UGS 303) “G LOBAL INEQUALITIES AND HEALTH”
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I Faculty Information Jacqueline L. Angel, Ph.D. E-mail: [email protected] Phone: 471.2956 Office Hours: Monday - Wednesday 3-4 pm (Bur 460)
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Teaching Assistants Stipica Mudrazija [email protected] Sofía G. Ayala [email protected]
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Course Overview Requirements Format Substance I-Clicker Some questions will be factual and some not because we are dealing with value systems and opinions.
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Socialized and market-based health care systems are based on different philosophies concerning the nature of health care. In your opinion: A. Every citizen has a right to all of the preventive and curative health care he or she needs regardless of his or her ability to pay. A. Health care is a commodity like any other and one has a right only to what he or she can pay for out-of-pocket or with privately purchased insurance.
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