Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Health Research
Provides an overview of various health research paradigms. Covers fundamental theories, models, frameworks and topics that form the basis of interdisciplinary health research including: epidemiology, ethics, policy, health and wellness, chronic disease and the relationship between culture and health including Indigenous peoples. Coursework may include group discussion, academic writing, presentations and a critical review of the literature. Topics are central to interdisciplinary health research and provide core competencies for developing independent research.
Graduate course in the Social Dimensions of Health program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.