The second course of the Impacts of the Environment on Global Public Health specialization will explore a number of different environmental hazards. These are: air pollution, water pollution, solid and hazardous waste, and two physical hazards (radon and noise). These hazards each have the potential to harm human health, and we will explore how you may come into contact with these hazards and how they may harm you, as well as what we can do to minimize these exposures and health impacts. We will also explore two additional key topics: urban and global health, and the influence of the built environment on human health.
This course is part of the Impacts of the Environment on Global Public Health Specialization
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Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Week 1: Air & Water Pollution
Week 2: Physical Hazards (Noise and Radon) and Solid Waste
Week 3: Urbanization and Global Health
Week 4: Built Environment
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS AND GLOBAL PUBLIC HEALTH
Enjoyed the cource and learned the importance of environment hazards and public health.
Excellent Content and Instruction. Frustrating peer-review process.
The Environmental Hazards and Global Public Health module mainly focused on Air and Water Hazards and their consequences. teaching is perfect, especially assignments are world-class.
I found this course well and organized. I would recommend this to every person who are related with public/environmental health and plannings.
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