DURP Course Catalog

UP340 - Planning for Healthy Cities

Overview:

Explores the evolving role of health in urban planning. Historical and current theories on the relationship between public health and the built environment are highlighted, as are prescriptions for health urban design. Community health planning, health disparities, and the needs of special populations in the city are also examined, along with some of the major policy issues affecting urban health care today.

Prerequisite:

None.

Credit:

4 hours.

Instructor:

Edwards

Notes:

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