Int'l Maternal & Child Health

International Maternal and Child Health
In this course we will study Maternal and Child Health (MCH) using a multidisciplinary approach, which will provide perspective on determinants of health and the ways that various levels of society and culture influence the health of women and children around the world. Issues will include: human rights, water, nutrition, sexual/ reproductive health, childbirth, and infectious disease, as each relates to maternal and child morbidity and mortality. Students will utilize MCH indicators to describe MCH as a part of holistic global health, applying course concepts to illuminate the importance of MCH to socio-economic progress, sustainability, and ultimately, global development. This course will count as an elective towards the Global Health Minor.
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INTD 1173

All Sections in Winter 2019

Winter 2019

INTD1173A-W19 Lecture (McLaughlin)