Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The professor is not only well knowledgeable about course material, but is extremely engaging in effectuating the material. You cannot help but want to come to class when she is teaching this course.
The highlight of this course was her overall teaching strategy. Despite it being a three hour night class, she ability to capture students' attention made you forget how much time passed. This course challenged your views on illness and disability and opened your eyes to some of many challenges that minorities face in a healthcare society. This course also taught about the transition period between the medical model to the biopsychosocial model of health and how views on health went from being medically focused to a more subjected view of health from the perspective and with influence from patients.
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Advice for students:
There are no powerpoints when taking this course so I would make sure that you are really good at taking hand notes or that you have a laptop and are able to type relatively quickly. Other than that, keep an open mind and a positive attitude and you'll be sure to not only learn a lot in this course but enjoy the time while doing so.