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Learn about the history of public health its theoretical foundations and its goals including. health equity, Get familiarized with basic methodology of public health research and learn how public. health knowledge is generated, Section 2 When where and how does public health take place. This section will introduce the students to public health research by presenting two fundamental. dimensions that shape individuals lives time and context s In this course the time dimension will. be addressed with reference to gene environment interactions and life course studies Contexts of. public health refer to central areas of life such as the school work place or neighbourhood. The lecturers will present both theoretical models and empirical studies to shed light on the. importance of such dimensions Furthermore in this section special focus will be paid to the. mechanisms through which the social environment becomes embodied giving rise to different. health outcomes and health trajectories Given their area of expertise the lecturers may choose to. focus on specific mechanisms e g health related behaviours psychosocial mechanisms stress. developmental origins of health and diseases,The students will. Learn how public health problems are shaped reproduced and prevented in a number of. specific areas of life, Get introduced to specific models on mechanisms explaining the effects of social. determinants such as behavioural patterns and stress on individual and population health. Section 3 Who experiences health inequalities, This block will introduce the students to central dimensions of social inequality and the way they.
relate to inequality in health The lectures on social class migration and gender present three forms. of inequality representing major cleavages in society with regard to material reality social. recognition privilege and marginalization The lecturers will present both theoretical models and. empirical studies to illustrate to the different ways health inequalities are generated for people of. different gender social class and migration background The final lecture on intersectionality. provides the students with a theoretical approach connecting multiple inequity dimensions. The students will, Learn about general and specific mechanisms generating health inequalities within the. categories of social class migration and gender, Get introduced to an intersectional approach as a way to connect multiple and overlapping. dimensions of inequality in public health research. Section 4 Why do we study public health, This block will offer examples of the contributions of public health research towards improving. health and promoting health equity Findings from the Swedish Commission for Equity in Health will. be presented and debated This block will also continue the discussion on knowledge dissemination. and the ways in which research can be translated into public health interventions and policy. The students will, Get an overview of the main findings of the report of the Swedish Commission for Equity in. Get an overview of public health intervention research. Get introduced to the third task of Swedish universities with application to public health. An introduction to public outreach dissemination and communication of public health. Teaching and learning activities, The course will take place in April 2018 for five weeks one week per section including one week to.
finalise the essay The course will be presented in a series of mandatory lectures and seminars. most of them held by researchers from the Department of Public Health Each week will end with an. interactive concluding seminar where students are expected to have an active role These seminars. will give students the opportunity to apply analyse and synthesise the information provided by the. week s lectures and to relate it to their own PhD projects. The course will be evaluated through an individual home exam which will be submitted at the end. of the course,Form of examination and assessment criteria. The examination will consist in a critical reflection on how public health could be integrated into the. student s own PhD projects We expect the essays to stand on their own meaning that the content. should be presented without assuming previous knowledge for the readers This involves situating. the reader in the specific topics defining concepts and elaborating arguments A good command of. the course literature is expected The essay will have an extension of maximum 8 10 pages font. Times New Romans size 12 and line spacing 1 5,Outline of the essay. 1 Summary of the PhD project max 1 page, The summary should be written in a way that makes the project understandable for a wider. audience Be sure to include the central research questions of the PhD project. 2 Theoretical foundation of PhD project 2 3 pages, Description of the theoretical background of the project. Which theories concepts and models are commonly used to frame the topic of your PhD project. 3 Public health relevance of the PhD project max 5 pages. To what extent does the topic of your PhD project have relevance for the discipline of public. health science, How could the public health theories included in the course be applied to the topic of your.
How could your project be linked to the research on social determinants of health. Is health inequality a matter of concern in your PhD project If so describe how. 4 Conclusion 1 page,Course assessment, Students can receive either a pass or a fail grade. Grade Concepts and The link The link Approach,basic between theory between course. assumptions and empirical content and own,research PhD project. Pass Detailed and Clear detailed Clear and Independent. critical and critical reflective approach to the, discussion of description of description of literature. concepts and the link link between,basic between theory course content.
assumptions and empirical and own PhD,analysis project. Fail Unclear and or Unclear Unclear or Lacks an,uncritical description of incorrect independent. presentation of the link description of approach to the. concepts and between theory link between literature. basic and empirical course content,assumptions analysis and own PhD. Course literature, 1 Berkman Kawachi Glymour Social Epidemiology 2014 2nd Ed. 2 Sim and McKee eds Issues in Public health 2011 2nd Ed. 3 Lecture specific readings articles book chapters etc to be compiled in a reader. Section 1 What is public health,Public health as an academic discipline.
Title and Topic Lecturers Date and time,Introduction Karl Gauffin Tue April 3. Mikael Rostila 9 30 10,Isabelle Holmin von Saenger. History of public health Johan Edman Tue April 3,Lena Eriksson 10 12. Theory in public health science Andrea Dunlavy Tue April 3. Relationship to the practical and political Karl Gauffin Fri April 6. Jessica Storbj rk 10 12,Exploring the border between research. practice and politics,Conclusion seminar Karl Gauffin Fri April 6.
Andrea Dunlavy 13 14 30, Section 2 When where and how does public health take place. Life course context mechanisms and determinants of health. Title and Topic Lecturers Date and time, Dimensions of public health research at Jenny Cisneros rnberg Wed April 11. Stockholm University Mikael Rostila 10 12,Hugo Westerlund. Life course studies Ilona Koupil Thu April 12,Epigenetics intergenerational transfer. life course models, The multiple contexts of public health Bitte Modin Thu April 12.
Anna Nyberg 13 15,School working life neighborhood. multi level studies policy environment,Conclusion seminar Karl Gauffin Fri April 13. Ilona Koupil 13 14 30,Section 3 Who experiences health inequalities. Populations and social stratification,Title and Topic Lecturers Date and time. Social stratification and health Olof stergren Tue April 17. Dimensions of health inequality Sara Kjellsson Tue April 17. Gender social class migration Viveca stberg 11 12,Anders Hjern 13 15.
An intersectional approach to health Anna Bredstr m Fri April 20. inequality 10 12,Conclusion seminar Karl Gauffin Fri April 20. Olof stergren 13 14 30,Section 4 Why do we study public health. Contributions to public health improvement,Title and Topic Lecturers Date. Welfare states and social policy Olle Lundberg Tue April 24. Findings from the Swedish Commission,for Equity in Health. The third task Dissemination and Ylva Almquist Tue April 24. communication 13 15,Intervention research tba Fri April 27.
Conclusion seminar Karl Gauffin Fri April 27,Ylva Almquist 13 14 30. Lecture dates,Date Topic,April 3 2018 Introduction. History of public health,Theory in public health science. April 6 2018 Relationship to the practical and political. Conclusion Section 1, April 11 2018 Dimensions of public health research at Stockholm University. April 12 2018 Life course studies,The multiple contexts of public health.
April 13 2018 Conclusion Section 2,April 17 2018 Social stratification and health. Dimensions of health inequality, April 21 2018 An intersectional approach to health inequality. Conclusion Section 3,April 24 2018 Welfare states and social policy. The third task Dissemination and communication,April 27 2018 Intervention research.


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