University of Colorado Boulder
Health, Society, and Wellness in COVID-19 Times
University of Colorado Boulder

Health, Society, and Wellness in COVID-19 Times

Taught in English

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Donna Mejia
Daryl Maeda
Sona Dimidjian

Instructors: Donna Mejia

4.6

(14 reviews)

Beginner level

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52 hours to complete
3 weeks at 17 hours a week
Flexible schedule
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What you'll learn

  • You will explore perspectives on disease and society and on systemic racism and inequality with scholars across disciplines.

  • You will explore the science and practice of individual and community wellness.

  • You will learn skills relevant to emotions, relationships, common mental health concerns, and learning in the age of Zoom and remote classes.

  • You will learn practices of cooperation, compassion, and anti-racism for community wellness.

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Assessments

17 quizzes

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There are 4 modules in this course

This course was originally designed with undergraduates who are just beginning college in mind. They are unique in starting college during the COVID-19 pandemic and are encountering a world unlike any other generation. These challenges make starting college complicated in unprecedented ways, and this course was designed to help them navigate this world and these new conditions for learning with knowledge and skill.

What's included

11 videos8 readings4 quizzes

The ways we connect with others have been dramatically disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. For our safety, we must remain physically distant from others, and across this module we learn how to stay connected to others and ourselves.

What's included

8 videos9 readings4 quizzes

We hope that this module will first allow you to be an informed consumer of public health guidance and reflect on the context of public health challenges and actions that impact our lives as members of your community, the country, and the world. Second, we hope this module will equip you to think critically about models that are shared by media or public agencies as well as about how actions by and characteristics of individuals and communities can impact the future course of COVID-19.

What's included

4 videos6 readings2 quizzes

Module Four asks learners to thoughtfully consider the social inequities perpetuated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

What's included

15 videos13 readings7 quizzes

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4.6 (8 ratings)
Donna Mejia
University of Colorado Boulder
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