This site contains samples of student video projects from an "Introduction to Public Health" course. The purpose of this site is to provide public health students, as well as the general public, current creative examples of public health care in action from the perspective of students at the start of their undergraduate education in public health sciences. Ralph Welsh, HLTH 202 Instructor.
Students from the Department of Public Health Sciences have consistently been recognized for their academic achievements and ePortfolios. The work of these students reflects outstanding creative application while enrolled in the Pre-Intenship Seminar (HLTH 419) and the Health Science Internship (HLTH 420). These students exemplify the integration of academic application, hard work through career preparation outside the classroom and personal reflection of the journey.
This recorded presentation on the Affordable Health Care Act was produced by students enrolled in the Calhoun Honor's College and Public Health Sciences in the Spring of 2010. Students enrolled in the course provided analysis and review of health care reform and proposed legislation. This presentation was one of several town hall meetings which students held to educate the public regarding the Affordable Care Act as it was being introduced and debated.
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