hcs330 | undergraduate
Introduction To Health And Disease
This undergraduate-level course is 5 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Contrast the clinical manifestations and treatment of infectious diseases in adults as opposed to children.
- Provide examples of acute diseases and their treatment.
- Describe the effects of aging on common chronic diseases.
Introduction to Disease
- Describe the basic mechanisms of disease causation.
- Examine the theories of disease causation throughout history.
Culture and Health Beliefs
- Discuss the effects of culture and health beliefs and values on disease manifestation, disease management, and health promotion.
- Examine emerging diseases identified by Public Health authorities.
- Consider the relationship of Health Promotion and Wellness Programs to prevention strategies.
- Identify the impact of technology in genetic engineering and disease management.
- Explain the benefits of Alternative therapies.
Impact of Common Diseases
- Evaluate the global implications of infectious disease and the resulting public health burden.
- Interpret current events and their implication on disease manifestations and health care.
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