HSEM 2707H: Battling the Bugs: Anthrax, Ebola, and Everyday Life - PubH Strategies for Prevention & Control

3 CreditsHonors

We share the planet with a myriad of living things. The smallest of those are the ones that may impact our lives the most. These creatures are in the news nearly every day: Ebola virus in Western Africa, measles outbreak among visitors to Disneyland, foodborne outbreaks on cruise ships, Zika virus precautions for pregnant women. This course will focus on the importance of infectious disease prevention, control, and treatment to the health and well-being of the global community. Students will explore the many facets of public health response operations and decision-making which are often behind the scenes and not well understood by the general public.

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