Course description

Students carry out a case study of a North Brooklyn neighborhood by exploring the social determinants of health through fieldwork, meeting with health care providers, community advocates. In carrying out fieldwork, students will enter into discussions with local community based organization leaders, explore a North Brooklyn neighborhood by walking through it, making observations, and engaging local people in informal interviews, go on line to discover disparities indicators, and writing a co-authored final report on findings.

Outcome 1: Identify and understand social determinants of health/disparities.

Outcome 2: Acquire basic ethnographic methods.

Outcome 3: Exposure to medicine and community health.

Classes

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Previously offered classes

Winter 2020:

Section ID:HE 4901 001-LEC
Number:1077
Program:Practicing Health Equity: Theory and Fieldwork in North Brooklyn
Class dates:January 2-18, 2020
Due date:TBA (see Final exams)
Time / room:M-F 9 AM - 11 AM / Other, Off-Campus
Mode of instruction:In person
Credit:2
Grade:Graded
Instructor:Beck, S. (sb43)
Max. enroll:20
Related:You will be auto-enrolled in HE 4901 801-FLD
To enroll:See Practicing Health Equity: Theory and Fieldwork in North Brooklyn for enrollment information.

Winter 2020:

Section ID:HE 4901 801-FLD
Number:1078
Program:Practicing Health Equity: Theory and Fieldwork in North Brooklyn
Class dates:January 2-18, 2020
Time / room:M-F 2 PM - 5 PM / Other, Off-Campus
Mode of instruction:In person
Credit:0
Related:HE 4901 001-LEC