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Global Health Through an Ethical Lens
Dates: 4 sessions, 2016
*PLEASE NOTE: The dates for this course are currently being adjusted. Registered participants will be notified when they are set
Location: CHEB Building (corner of University and Summer)
Faculty Lead: Shawna O'Hearn
Global health is a diverse field of practice. There are doctors, nurses and allied health professionals providing humanitarian assistance in refugee camps, performing surgery, consulting in remote village clinics, running immunization campaigns, and supporting community based rehabilitation teams. This 9-hour mini-course will look at these different settings. We will use case studies to examine global health in an interprofessional environment.
By the end of this mini-course, students will be expected to have:
- an understanding of Global Health, in the local and international context;
- explored global health ethics as part of an interprofessional team'
- developed an ethical framework for the use of social media and photography to be used as part of knowledge translation and community education;
- familiarity with global health offerings at Dalhousie and as part of their interprofessional career path.
For more information please visit the Dalhousie Mini-Courses website.
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