A Fall 2017 course for registered UCB students.
Injury Prevention and Control
Public Health 285A
2 units (3 units with a paper)
Meets weekly on Friday, 2-4 pm, Giannini 332
Injury is the leading cause of death for ages 1-44, and the leading cause of years of potential life lost to age 70, surpassing heart disease and cancer. The general topic of injury is very diverse, including unintentional and intentional injury. The semester will begin with an overview of the field of injury followed by a focus on several specific subject areas, examining current issues within those subject areas. A systems approach to injury prevention will be emphasized throughout. Course activities include discussion based on key readings, web-based and observational assignments, and a paper and presentation at the end of the semester. An extra-unit is available for students who wish to prepare a paper for publication.
David Ragland, PhD, MPH
SafeTransportation Research & Education Center, http://safetrec.berkeley.edu
School of Public Health, Office: 2614 DwightWay #7374, Tel: 510-642-0655, firstname.lastname@example.org
Glenn Shor, PhD MPP
Center for Occupational and Environmental Health, UCB School of Public Health, Office: 2614 Dwight Way #7374, Tel: 510-292-8449, email@example.com