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Rights-based approaches to health; international human rights and humanitarian health laws; role of health professionals in documenting the health consequences of war crimes and human rights abuses; treating survivors of torture and sexual violence; addressing the special health concerns of vulnerable groups; and resolving conflicts between civil liberties and public health policies during epidemics (e.g., HIV/AIDs and Ebola);international humanitarian organizations in armed conflict, and health and human rights impacts of climate change and environmental degradation. Prerequisites: CH 1 and CH 2.

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  • School of Arts & Sciences