Maternal & Child Health Epidemiology

Restriction: Permission of instructor. Credit only granted for: FMSC850, FMST698P, or FMST850. Formerly: FMST850. Determinants and trends in Maternal and Child Health, including analysis of the role of economic inequalities, race and ethnicity, community contexts, and psychosocial factors across the life course. Overview of methods and data systems used to monitor Maternal and Child Health. Development of a complete population health study.

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