Syllabus Fall 2011

Syllabus Fall 2011 - Principles of Public Health...

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Principles of Public Health Peter N. Tabbot 10:832:232, Sect. 6 973-983-2848 Fall 2011 9/10/11 – 12/17/11 Scott Hall, Room 202 Saturday, 9:00 – 11:55 Office hours by appointment Required Text: McKenzie, JF, Pinger, RR and Kotecki, JF, An Introduction to Community Health, 7th edition , 2011, Jones and Bartlett. Communicable Disease Readings: Recommended Reading: Chin, Control of Communicable Disease Manual, 17 th edition , 1999, APHA. Green, LW and Ottoson, JM, Community and Population Health, 8th edition , 2001, WCB/McGraw Hill. Young, TK, Population Health: Concepts and Methods , 2 nd edition, 2005, Oxford University Press. Schneider, MJ, Introduction to Public Health , 2 nd edition, 2006, Jones and Bartlett Publishers Fallon, LF, Jr. and Zgodzinski, EJ, Essentials of Public Health Management , 2005, Jones and Bartlett Publishers Turnock, BJ, Public Health: What it is and How it Works , 3 rd edition, 2004, Jones and Bartlett Publishers Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report Grading: Midterm Exam 35% Final Exam 35% Assignment 25% Attendance/Participation 5% A 92 – 100 B+ 87 – 91 B 80 – 86 C+ 77 – 79 C 70 – 76 D 60 – 69 F < 60 This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to the various areas of study within public health. Through readings and class discussion, students will develop an understanding of basic public health principles. Attendance and participation are expected and will be reflected in the final grade.
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All material assigned and presented in this class (i.e., readings, videos, lectures, web links) is subject to
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