HLTB31H3: Current Issues in Health II: Synergies Among Science, Policy, and Action

An interdisciplinary examination of a case study of a major contemporary health issue--the biological, physiological, social, economic, epidemiological, and environmental contexts of current and pressing issues in health, including health crises, care, education, policy, research, and knowledge mobilization and translation. This course will explore the science that underpins policy responses and actions and the policy and social change agendas that inform science, with attention to local and global experts from a range of disciplines and sectors.

Social and Behavioural Sciences
Priority will be given to students enrolled in the Major and Minor programs in the Department of Health and Society.