PHPM 572 Adolescent Risky Behavior Epidemiology
Course Description This course will examine various methods used to study aspects of adolescent risky behavior and the unique aspects of adolescent issues. These issues will include topics ranging from developmental influences through key risky behaviors and will focus on critical appraisal of articles for methodology, policy implications, and the impact on health disparities. Each student will review articles and prepare a paper on a related research topic that will be presented for group discussion.
Term Offered varies
Prerequisite PHPM 512 (Epidemiology I), PHE 535 (Epidemiology Survey), or second-year medical student status