This course is designed to help Berkeley students gain a background in common health problems in our world today. Whether you are a prospective health care provider, public health advocate, or interested in current diseases, this class is designed to provide a broad overview to many different diseases of the body, as well as training to be able to conduct physical examinations, recognize and differentiate diseases, and develop community-based prevention strategies. The material will be tailored to inform students on the disease burden that tropical nations such as Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica are facing.
Class will include a short weekly quiz, a lecture and discussion, discussion of case studies, and practice of physical examination. Homework will be assigned, in the form of a short worksheet. There will be one midterm and a final.
The entire course will be graded on a P/NP basis.
Attendance is mandatory with one allowed excused absence. The class will be held every Wednesday, excepting holidays, starting 2/5/20. See you then!
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