Global Health: Selected Issues in Nicaragua (CHEP 412.3)

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CHEP 412 01 May 2016


An eight-week immersion course in Esteli, Nicaragua that offers students the opportunity to build upon and expand their understanding of the theories and practices of community health and development as introduced in the prerequisite class, CHEP 402. Set in semi-urban and rural parts of Nicaragua, the class offers both classroom and experiential learning with a focus on selected issues relevant to the community organizations involved. Special attention is given to a critical analysis of various health development approaches, particularly as they relate to and are practiced in the local/national context.


CHEP 402 or any other equivalent course or experience, as evaluated by the instructor.


Next offering 2009 (offered in alternate years).

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