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Disparities in Public Health Care: The Effects on Race, Gender, and Class

This course is interdisciplinary. It will utilize subject matter from a variety of academic disciplines, through the range of organization that exists within them (molecular to societal). Students will read and discuss the established principles of health disparities along with new material as it arises from the primary literature. The pedagogy of this course introduces students to how to think critically about the origin and maintenance of health disparities in American society.

Dr. Joseph L. Graves, Jr.
NCATSU & UNC Greensboro, NC

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