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2018-2019 Graduate Catalog 
2018-2019 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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MHA 5040 - Population and Community Health

Credits: 3

Pre/Corequisite(s): MHA 5000

Description: Students in this course will differentiate perspectives of the healthcare delivery system, identify chronic diseases and wellness needs at a community level using disparate sources of data, and create programs to address health determinants and care coordination among a defined population of individuals. Further, the course content will include information needed for designing plans to improve the health status of the community and its members. Concepts provided in this course will help students identify methods to conduct community health assessments, evaluate community intervention programs, and utilize data to understand community health profiles. Cultural competence will also be considered through both theory and case studies. Relevant data will also support the incidence of health disparities as it applies to the individual and the community.

Note: Course Revised July 6, 2018

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