Health

Pandemic Inequalities: Human Rights and Global Health

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2021

 

COVID-19 has laid bare staggering inequalities within and between countries, as well as legitimacy crises that have been growing for decades in both democratic institutions and global governance. In this context, how should we understand the suffering we or others are experiencing, and the dramatically disparate health and social impacts of this novel coronavirus on diverse groups across our societies and the globe? And what legal, political and economic responses should we demand?... Read more about Pandemic Inequalities: Human Rights and Global Health

Ethics in Reproductive Medicine

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2021

This course will be taught in seminar format; the instructor will facilitate discussion based on each week's readings. The students will be expected to prepare ahead of class and participate in interactive discussions of cases raised during lecture. The course will examine ethical issues that arise in reproductive medicine and women's health.... Read more about Ethics in Reproductive Medicine

Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Bioethics

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2021

 

In its attention to gender, race, and sexuality, this course challenges and expands contemporary bioethical theory and practice. Drawing from philosophy, theology, law, medicine, public health, and the social and biological sciences, this interdisciplinary field is both critical and constructive in addressing bioethical theory, method, and substantive ethical concerns across the clinical, research, organizational, public policy, and global spheres.... Read more about Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Bioethics

2020 Oct 14

Universal Healthcare and the Crises of 2020, a conversation between healthcare policy experts Rosemarie Day and Wanda McClain

4:00pm to 5:00pm

Location: 

Virtual Event (Registration Required)

Register here.

Join us for a conversation between healthcare policy experts Rosemarie Day and Wanda McClain on “Universal Healthcare and the Crises of 2020”.... Read more about Universal Healthcare and the Crises of 2020, a conversation between healthcare policy experts Rosemarie Day and Wanda McClain

Psychology of Women

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2021

How does being a woman affect our behavior, our evaluations of ourselves, and our interactions with others? This course examines psychological science on women and girls in western industrialized societies, addressing such topics as gender stereotypes, girlhood, women and work, relationships, pregnancy and motherhood, mental health, violence against women, and women in later adulthood.... Read more about Psychology of Women

Hormones and Behavior

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2021

An introduction to the interaction between hormones and behavior, emphasizing research in humans. General principles of endocrine physiology are presented. The course then focuses on how hormones affect the brain and body in early development and later in adulthood, and the relationship of hormones to sex and gender.... Read more about Hormones and Behavior

Sexual and Reproductive Health: A Global Perspective

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2021
This course is designed to provide an overview of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) from a global perspective with a focus on the most disadvantaged populations. The course will cover the most critical topics and dimensions in this field, i.e. historic, conceptual, research, methodological, policy, programmatic, rights, and advocacy.... Read more about Sexual and Reproductive Health: A Global Perspective

Sexuality and Public Health

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2021

This course provides an introduction to the breadth of research and research methods in the study of sexuality and sexual health promotion in diverse contexts and populations. Students will develop skills needed to carry out epidemiologic research and community-based interventions related to sexual health promotion.... Read more about Sexuality and Public Health

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