H.E.L.P. Course: Learning Description
- Covers the basics of health care in refugee and disaster situations, including disaster epidemiology, environmental health, food and nutritional issues in emergencies, the design, and implementation of health services, and managing communicable diseases.
- Covers related issues such as conflict origins and conflict resolution, international humanitarian law, human rights, human security, and humanitarian ethics.
- Addresses real-world problems relating to providing public health services to displaced populations or populations affected by disasters.
- Shares extensive field experience in emergency situations with faculty from many backgrounds.
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