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Introduction course that provides and outlines a very important framework in addressing behavioral aspects of global health. One is exposed to various methodologies in public health services; and subsequently implemented attempts to raise awareness or facilitate change of adverse health behaviors and related variables amongst individual, interpersonal, community, and national levels.
Exposure to various frameworks of methodologies used in public health: attempts to raise awareness and/or facilitate change of adverse health behaviors and choices amongst individual, interpersonal, community, and national populations.
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Thoroughly understand benefits and/or challenges of theories currently used. The etiology and evolution of methods will further benefit the success of informed proposals in attempts to address population health risks.