Queen's University
Global and Population Health Learning Track

If you have a curiosity for health of an entire population, as well as the ways in which health in populations are appropriately measured, you will find particular interest in this learning track. Courses that comprise this learning track will introduce fundamentals of global and population health, in terms of terminology, factors that affect the health of a population, as well as appropriate ways to study in this field. Students will have the opportunity to develop a greater understanding of appropriate methodologies for studying population health, as well as will be able to explore specific populations with particular needs in greater depth. If you are interested in earning credit in this learning track, you must take the seven mandatory courses that fall within the Global and Population Health learning track.

This track requires a total of 21.0 Units; 21.0 mandatory and no additional

Mandatory Courses

Core Course

BMED 171 Social and Physical Determinants of Health and Disease

Available in Fall 2017
3.0 Units
Dr. Susan Phillips

Core Course

BMED 270 Fundamentals of Research Methodology

Available in Spring 2017Fall 2017
3.0 Units
Dr. Helene Ouellette-Kuntz

Core Course

BMED 271 Global and Population Health

Available in Fall 2017Winter 2018
3.0 Units
Dr. Jenn Carpenter

Core Course

BMED 471 Advanced Global and Population Health

Available in Winter 2018
3.0 Units
Dr. Jenn Carpenter

Core Course

BMED 472 Special Populations: Neonatal to End-of-Life Care

Available in 2017/2018
3.0 Units
Dr. Laura Butler

Option Course

BMED 383 Advanced Research Methodologies

Available in Spring 2017
3.0 Units
Dr. Rylan Egan

Option Course

BMED 483 Advanced Topics in Infectious Disease

Available in 2017/2018
3.0 Units
Dr. Prameet Sheth