Emory Medical School Social Medicine Elective

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Are you curious about just exactly what “social medicine” means?  This course was designed to answer that question.  The Social Medicine Elective was organized by Drs. Timothy Holtz and Alyssa Finlay and – as can be seen by the titles – covers an array of topics. You can download the course lectures as PowerPoint™ presentations.  The presentations on our website are from the 2005 and 2006 course; the course was not taught in 2008.  For more information, please contact Dr. Timothy Holtz.

  1. Social Medicine: History and Contemporary Relevance
  2. Human Rights 101: You have the right to…
  3. Physical Exam in Survivors of Torture
  4. Psychological Sequelae of Torture
  5. Plagues of Poverty: TB and the Neglect of the Poor
  6. YES !! for Universal Medical Coverage in Georgia – The case for Georgia SecureCare
  7. Physicians for a National Health Program
  8. The HIV/AIDS Pandemic: a Human Rights and Health Barometer of Our Times
  9. War, Public Health & Human Rights
  10. Social Rights, Health, and Globalization: an Unfinished Agenda
  11. Refugees, Internally Displaced Persons, and Human Rights
  12. Social Responsibility of the Health Professional
  13. Globalization, Debt, and Transnational Corporations: the Unfinished Health and Human Rights Agenda
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