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BSHM 6021 Health Program Planning and Evaluation (Fall and Spring)


Dr. Moskowitz

Credits: 3

Course Description:

This course covers the basic concepts and principles of the health planning process. Topics covered include: needs assessment, program planning, and implementation and evaluation of public health interventions and programs. The use of quantitative and qualitative data is discussed. Examples are drawn from health education, health promotion, disease prevention and community health services. Students can expect to identify a health problem in a community, describe it, develop a program to address the issue, and evaluate it from a formative and summative perspective.

Prerequisites: BSHM 5001