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  Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy 2003-2005 Additional Degrees: Graduate Public Health Course Listing  

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34:832:514Culture and Health (3) Belief and value systems rooted in families are analyzed, along with perceptions and experiences of health/wellness and disease/illness. How selections are made of traditional health care practitioners versus alternative healers is a central focus. Smoyak
34:832:515Health Economics for Planning and Public Policy (3) Examines the special features of and demand for health care services, health insurance, and the behavior of providers. Economic justification for government in health care systems, including managed competition, managed care, and universal health insurance. Wolff
34:832:520Epidemiology for Health Policy and Planning (3) Introduces students to the definitions, language, and approaches to data that apply to the health of populations, including health risks and health care issues. Schneider
34:832:577Immigration Policy and Public Health (3) Facts and controversies surrounding immigration. Legislative history, urban and public health impacts, racial implications. Turshen
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