Global health problems are complex and require culturally-sensitive, socially-acceptable, and action-oriented approaches to create practical and cost-effective solutions using a case-based format. This course will examine major health problems created by the convergence of human, animal, and environmental influences.
Sessions for this one unit course take place every Monday and Wednesday 6:00pm‐8:00pm from March 30th to April 29th
One hundred percent attendance is required.
Participants can attend in Davis (Genome, Room 6202) or Sacramento (Education Building, Room 3228B). The class size for this course is limited; thus, a selection process is often implemented in order to maintain appropriate numbers and representation across disciplines.