Indigenous Health Contexts, Trends and Social Determinants
Formerly: part of 451
Employs a life-course and integrated social determinants approach to exploring the diversity and complexity of Indigenous health within local, regional, national and international contexts. Within a holistic framework of health, students will consider historical and contemporary socio-political structures and systems that influence the health and well being of First Nations, Metis and Inuit children, youth, adults and elders.
- Credit will be granted for only one of INGH 450, INGH 451.
Undergraduate course in Indigenous Health Studies offered by the School of Public Health and Social Policy in the Faculty of Human and Social Development.