Course Detail
Units:
1.0 - 2.0
Course Components:
Lecture
Description
Course Goals - As a result of completing: (1) Students will be able list the most common causes of mortality and morbidity for various age groups and genders and compare and contrast outcomes between WHO regions. (2) Students will be able to identify risk factors, signs and symptoms for common causes of mortality or morbidity that facilitate diagnosis in low-resource settings. (3) Students will be able to describe the role of syndromic management and clinical algorithms for treatment of common health conditions in low-resource settings. (4) Students will be able to identify clinical interventions and integrated strategies that have been demonstrated to substantially improve individual and/or population health in low-resource settings. (5) Students will be able to discuss ethical approaches to global health practice, research and development.