PUBH 3123: Violence Prevention and Control: Theory, Research and Application

2 Credits

The course will cover a range of topics including: definitions and characteristics of various forms of violence, prevalence and risk factors, health effects, and prevention initiatives. Sources and limitations of existing epidemiologic data, analytic challenges, research quality and ethics will be examined throughout the course. prereq: None

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B+ Average (3.490)Most Common: A (30%)

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