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Business Administration

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...or HCO 606Q HCO 606 MCH Fundaments II: Application of Essential MCH Skills Online HCO...

Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences

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...HB 635 , HCO 613 , HCO 670 , HCO 672...Medicine I 6 PA 606 Clinical Medicine I...

Health Behavior

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...Behavioral Science Theory 3 HCO 600 Management and...Practice Roles 3 NUR 606 Translating Evidence into...

Health Care Organization and Policy

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...3 HCO 605 Fundamental of MCH Part 1:Issues, Program and Policies 3 HCO 606...

Health Administration

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...HCO 620 Health Insurance & Managed Care 3 HCO...U.S. 3 HA 606 Operations Management & Process...

HCO 606. Fundamentals of Maternal and Child Health Part II: Application of Essential MCH Skills. 3 Hours.

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to basic research methods used by public health practitioners, with a specific focus on their use in the MCH field and to introduce the needs assessment, program planning, and evaluation processes specifically related to public health and finally to provide practical educational experiences to develop skills in applying several research methods and the range of activities needed to conduct needs assessments and use the information gathered to plan, direct, and evaluate public health programs and impact public health policies.
Prerequisites: HCO 605 [Min Grade: C]

HCO 606Q. HCO 606 MCH Fundaments II: Application of Essential MCH Skills Online. 3 Hours.

This course is taught entirely in online format, with sessions occurring two times per week for 1 hour and 15 minutes per session. Course sessions will entail a combination of lectures, group discussions via course discussion board, small-group activities, and student presentations based on assigned readings and projects. Active student participation in all class discussions and presentations is essential. Guest presenters may be used to address specific topics.
Prerequisites: HCO 605 [Min Grade: C](Can be taken Concurrently) or HCO 605Q [Min Grade: C](Can be taken Concurrently)