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Additional Course Details
Using epidemiological methods to study mental illness.
- Contributions of mental illness to global disease burden
- Major population-based studies of mental illness
- Measurement of psychopathology
- Culture and mental illness
- Role of neurodevelopment
- Genetics, social and physical environment in etiology of mental disorders
- Mental health services research
Articulate and apply appropriate epidemiologic methods toward research questions of etiology of and interventions for mental health problems in populations.
Discussion of public mental health research topics.
How You Are Evaluated
Your grade is based on participation in class discussion, contribution to class projects, and submission of a well-written term paper.
Contact the Instructors
Ann Vander Stoep (firstname.lastname@example.org), (206) 543-1538
Isaac Rhew (email@example.com)