HLTD46H3: Violence and Health: Critical Perspectives

Violence is a significant public health, human rights, and human development problem that impacts millions of people worldwide. Relying on a critical public health perspective, critical social theories, and local and global case studies on anti-oppression, this course explores structural (causes of) violence, the impact violence has on (public) health and human development, and societal responses to treatment, prevention, and social transformation.

1.5 credits at the C-Level in HLT courses selected from component 8 of the program requirements of the the Major/Major Co-op programs in Health Studies - Health Policy
Social and Behavioural Sciences