GGR353H5 • Disease and Death

Description

This course will provide a geographical perspective on patterns of mortality, morbidity and access to health care among populations. It will outline current theoretical and empirical underpinnings in health geography and emphasize the links between health and place. The course covers some traditional themes in health geography including spatial dissuasion of diseases and access to health care. Using illustrations from evolving fields such as Global Health, Aboriginal Health, and Immigrant Health the course delves into the important theme of health inequalities.

Prerequisites
9.0 credits
Exclusions
GGR450H1 or GGR451H1
Distribution Requirement
Social Science
Total Instructional Hours
24L
Program Area
Geography