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AIDS AND PUBLIC HEALTH

This course will provide an overview of the biomedical, physiological, psychological, social, and behavioral aspects on topics of HIV and AIDS throughout the world. Students will become familiar with the different perspectives of AIDS, and topics to be discussed include the epidemiology of the AIDS virus, the mechanisms of transmission, theoretical foundations of AIDS prevention programs, cultural norms and HIV, behavioral models for prevention, social determinants of risk-taking behavior, and the conceptualization and implementation of educational programs designed to prevent HIV transmission.

Course Goal
A. To train public health professionals in order for having passion and expertise on public health theory and practice
B. To set up the academic and research society, and to create and disseminate the new knowledge on public health
C. To actively participate in national health issues, and promote sound public health system
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Competence]
  • Good communication skills
  • With capability of applying public health professional knowledge to disease prevention and health care practical work
    Courses of Recent Years
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    Credit Taught in English
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    0107/1 T853900 [PH7314]AIDS AND PUBLIC HEALTH 2.0 Y Ko, Nai-Ying,Strong, Carol
    0105/1 T853900 [PH7314]AIDS AND PUBLIC HEALTH 2.0 Y ,,Ko, Nai-Ying,Ko, Wen-Chien
    0103/1 T853900 [PH7314]AIDS AND PUBLIC HEALTH 2.0 Y ,,Ko, Nai-Ying,Ko, Wen-Chien
    0100/1 T853900 [PH7314]AIDS AND PUBLIC HEALTH 2.0 N Ko, Nai-Ying

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