Public Health

The art of medicine consists in amusing the patient while nature cures the disease.


Disparities in Healthcare

by UC Irvine

Student participatory course practicing initiation, planning, and coordination of various speakers on the subject of Disparities in Health Care. Topics in this course include: mental health, Health Care financing, religion and spirituality in health, immigration and medical care, women's health, geriatrics, and prison health.

Clinical and Translational Research Preparatory I

by UC Irvine

Provides training for students with an interest in clinical and translational research in the health care setting. Cultivates skills for study design, research literature review, ethics, responsible conduct of research, and cultural competence while emphasizing professionalism and personal responsibility.

Enhancing Humane Science: Improving Animal Research

by Johns Hopkins

his course provides a broad overview of diverse topics in the practice of and approaches to humane animal experimentation. It addresses such issues as experimental design (including statistics and sample size determination), humane endpoints, environmental enrichment, post-surgical care, pain management, and the impact of stress on the quality of data. It was developed by CAAT director Alan Goldberg and James Owiny, the training and compliance administrator of the Johns Hopkins University animal care and use committee, along with Christian Newcomer, associate provost for animal research and resources at Hopkins.

Malaria and Alzheimer Diseases

by Johns Hopkins

In these interviews, JHSPH faculty deliver expert insight into some of the most important public health challenges, such as malaria and alzheimer, facing the world today.

Epidemiologic Methods II

by Berkeley

Epidemiologic methods II by professor Jennifer Ahern of the University of California, Berkeley. Lecture 8 is not available due to copyright restrictions.

Epidemiology and Control of Infectious Diseases

by Berkeley

Epidemiology and Control of Infectious Diseases with Tomas Aragon of the University of California, Berkeley.

Ethical Challenges in Public Health Interventions: Catastrophic and Routine

by Berkeley

Ethical challenges in public health interventions: Catastrophic and routine by professor Harvey Kayman of the University of California, Berkeley.

Public Health Preparedness and Emergency Response

by Berkeley

Public Health Preparedness and Emergency Response by professor Thomas Aragon.

The Next Wave: HIV, Human Rights and Men Who Have Sex with Men

by Johns Hopkins

This symposium addresses the intersection of HIV and human rights, particularly as it relates to the population of men who have sex with men (MSM). The speakers approach the issues within a variety of geographic contexts, including Nepal, Africa, and the United States. The risk factors and outcome disparities introduced by human rights violations have a serious effect on prevention and treatment strategies used to combat the global spread of HIV. The research conducted by the speakers in this symposium sheds light on many of the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.