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Harvard School of Public Health

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Fall 2006

Department of Society, Human Development and Health, Department of Epidemiology and Department of Population and International Healh
Dr. B. Gottlieb
1.25
Field placement. Two sessions with mentor.

This independent study course is offered to students who are enrolled in WGH 210 Fall 2. The course will supplement the themes and topics of WGH 210, including illness constructs, trauma, embodiment, pain and eating disorders with a mentored field and service learning experience. Students will be required to provide 20 hours of service to one of several local sites selected for their relevance to course themes (for example, a shelter, an psychiatric in-patient unit, a school-based clinic), maintain a structured portfolio of reflections and commentary based on field experiences and readings, and attend 2 mentoring sessions.
Course activities: Field placement, preparation of final portfolio.
Course note: Students must be concurrently enrolled in WGH 210 Fall 2. Minimum enrollment 1 student; maximum enrollment 5 students. Pass/fail only (5.06)

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