Selected resources for Health Sciences research
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Help with course assignments
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- HSCI 130: Foundations of Health Science (updated July 2016)
- HSCI 211: Perspectives on Cancer, Cardiovascular, and Metabolic Diseases (updated February 2017)
- HSCI 305: The Canadian Health Care System (updated September 2012)
- HSCI 319: Applied Health Ethics (updated January 2013)
- HSCI 345: Texts, two-fours, and tattoos . . and other health issues of the tweens to twenties
(updated June 2015)
- HCSI 424: Strategic Applications of GIS in Health (Fall 2017)
- HSCI 481: Senior Seminar in Social Health Science - Medical Tourism (updated March 2012)
- HSCI 485: Senior Seminar in Mental Health & Addictions (updated January 2012)
- HSCI 486: Senior Seminar in Global Health - Sexual and Reproductive Health (updated January 2017)
- HSCI 803: Qualitative and Survey Research Methods (updated January 2015)
- HSCI 821: Introduction to Global Health (updated September 2015)
- HSCI 822: Globalization and Health (updated January 2012)
- HSCI 891-3: Systematic Reviews (updated January 2011)
New books in Health Sciences
- Health care systems in developing countries in Asia
- Critical inquiries for social justice in mental health
- Take care : how to be a great employer for working carers
- TO HEAL HUMANKIND
- Health and medicine in the Indian princely states : 1850-1950
- Decentring health policy:|b learning from British experiences in healthcare governance.