Semester Review

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Semester Review

  1. 1. Review
  2. 2. Humanitarian Intervention Unsafe Abortions Detained Immigrants/Torture Psychosocial Interventions Practical Human Rights Approach HIV and Infant Feeding
  3. 3. Health and Human Rights Holistic Social Ecology Structural Contextual Culturally-Anchored Environmental
  4. 4. Individuals: Physical and Social Health Environment: Knowledge Social connection and Support Skills Psychosocial Working Group
  5. 5. Resilience Risk
  6. 6. Gupta et al. (2008). Lancet
  7. 7. GROUPS What links can you make to your specialties?
  8. 8. rs e C o u
  9. 9. 60,000,000 Blogs Online
  10. 10. Blogosphere Matthew Hurst
  11. 11. Blogosphere Sports Matthew Hurst
  12. 12. Blogosphere Porn Sports Matthew Hurst
  13. 13. Blogosphere Porn Sports Global MPH Matthew Hurst
  14. 14. Do seminar blogs enhance learning?
  15. 15. Goldman et al. (2008) • 60 students in a graduate level environmental health course • 6 blogs • 20-30% of students posted 500- word entries each week; others commented
  16. 16. 85% said blogging was “easy” or “very “easy”
  17. 17. + 2 hours 12% 1-2 hours 18% 70% 1 hour or less
  18. 18. 60% said enriched learning of topic “quite a bit”
  19. 19. About 55% said provided opportunity to learn from classmates “quite a bit”
  20. 20. Limit number and length of posts and provide sufficient time for comments
  21. 21. ?
  22. 22. Topic Rankings Food Politics/Sustainable Agriculture Health Policy Microfinance for health related projects Health Strengthening in Developing Countries Health Economics Immigration/Migrant Health Social Inequalities in Health Millennium Village Traditional Medicine Health Implications of Animal/Human Relationships Militarization of Health Care/Humanitarian Aid Global Access to Medicine NGO/Government Cooperation HIV/AIDS and public health state-of-the-art

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