Autumn Courses: Sexually Transmitted Infections; Maternal & Child Health

UW Epidemiology is excited to offer the following undergraduate courses for Autumn 2017.

 

EPI 220 – Sexually Transmitted Infections: Causes & Consequences

 

Who gets STIs and why?  How do you prevent  and treat STIs?  What new STIs have recently emerged?  In this course, you will:

 

•        Identify populations at risk for STIs

•        Gain familiarity with infectious disease epidemiology

•        Outline risk factors for STI & HIV infection

•        Evaluate STI prevention interventions

 

No prerequisites.  All majors are encouraged to enroll.  This is a great course for students preparing for careers in a health related field.  A basic understanding of biology is required.  Areas of Knowledge: I&S, NW, & QSR.

 

SLN: 14900; 5 credits; Lecture meets: T/Th 3:00–4:20 p.m.; Quiz meets: F 11:30–12:20 p.m. or F 12:30-1:20 p.m.; Instructor: Lisa Manhart

 

Additional details about the course are provided on the attached flyer or can be found here.  Direct questions to epcourse@uw.edu.

 

EPI 221 – Maternal & Child Health – A Population Health Approach

 

This course will provide an overview of:

 

•        Indicators and contemporary issues in maternal and child health

•        Determinants of pregnancy complications and poor child health outcomes

•        Life course approach to maternal and child health

 

No prerequisites.  All majors are encouraged to enroll.  This is a great course for students preparing for careers in a health related field.  Areas of Knowledge: NW.

 

SLN: 14904; 5 credits; Lecture meets MW 1:00-2:20 p.m.; Quiz meets F 12:30-1:20 p.m.; Instructor: Daniel Enquobahrie

 

Additional details about the course are provided on the attached flyer or can be found here.  Direct questions to epcourse@uw.edu.

 

EPI220_FINAL2017.pdf
EPI221_FINAL2017.pdf

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