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À propos du cours

Humans often fail to make rational decisions that affect their health. This course seeks to heighten understanding of the social and behavioral factors that contribute to health decisions and behaviors, with an ultimate goal of learning how to utilize these factors in improving public health efforts. Through a set of experiential learning exercises, students will learn to apply the science of health behavior change in their own lives. The course is appropriate for students interested in health care and public health, as well as individuals who are interested in learning to apply the science of behavior change to improve their personal wellbeing....

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VM

May 14, 2020

I was impressed with the course. I enjoyed hearing the experience and opinions of other students

CT

May 22, 2020

I enjoyed the lectures by Dr. Marney White and the contributions of the students who

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par Joshua B

May 16, 2020

Interactive and Informative. It helps you take into account your own health behaviors throughout the course so you can begin to see the benefits and challenges facing the community. I love the focus on prevention and healthy behaviors to avoid disease or improve health outcomes for those with a disease. Highly recommended for anyone!

par Jason W

Apr 22, 2020

I enjoyed this. Dr. White was engaging and modules were separated in a way that was easy to follow and digest. It was a nice introduction in to how we push the needle in changing the health behaviours of society (and validating to hear that it's not the simplest of tasks).

par Vanessa M

May 14, 2020

I was impressed with the course. I enjoyed hearing the experience and opinions of other students

par Carolyn T

May 22, 2020

I enjoyed the lectures by Dr. Marney White and the contributions of the students who