Current Term Classes - BPHM

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Summer 2021

Class registration opens on December 18. Registration in BPHM classes is open to students enrolled in the degree program. Others may register with program permission as Community Scholars. Community Scholar registration opens August 18th.

BPHM | Undergraduate

PSHM 3080: Legal and Ethical Decision-Making in Health Care  
Online Synchronous | May 24 – Aug 9 | Mondays 7-9:30pm | No class on May 31
Provides an overview of the laws governing health care institutions and the ethical dilemmas facing health care managers and providers; reviews ethical principles utilized to examine health care issues. Evaluates the procedures followed by health care organizations in making legal and ethical decisions; addresses such contemporary issues as cloning, euthanasia, and organ donation. Prerequisite: Admission to BPHM or BIS program.
Stephen Oliver | 3 UG credits | Required

PSHM 3805: Health Information Systems and Applications          
Online Synchronous | May 27 – Aug 12 | Thursdays 7-9:30pm
Introduces foundational knowledge and emerging trends in health informatics, and examines how information systems can be utilized to improve patient care, health outcomes, efficiency, and quality. Provides knowledge on how health informatics can enhance evidence-based decision making, cost-management, and performance; analyzes key issues in data management, and confidentiality in health informatics. Prerequisite: Admission to BPHM or BIS Program.
Kevin Jackson | 3 UG credits | Required

PSHM 4200: Women's Health Issues: Access, Treatment and Policy
Online Synchronous | May 25 – Aug 10 | Tuesdays 7-9:30pm
Approaches issues related to women, gender, and health from various interdisciplinary and theoretical perspectives. Examines the role of the medical profession, public health professionals, activists and social institutions in constructing discourses and knowledge about women and health; emphasizes the biological, social, economic, behavioral, and political factors associated with women's health. Prerequisite: Admission to BPHM or BIS Program.
Maria Kronenburg | 3 UG credits | Elective

 

*Asynchronous online courses at SCPS can sometimes include synchronous sessions. Attendance is strongly encouraged but not mandatory at synchronous sessions. They will be recorded for those unable to attend a synchronous meeting for viewing at a later time.

* The information contained on this website is for informational purposes only. The Undergraduate Record and Graduate Record represent the official repository for academic program requirements.

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