Program Overview Training family physicians for urban, rural, and global practice Established inthe Family Medicine Residency at Hennepin Healthcare remains at the forefront of primary care. Residents gain immediate, hands-on experience working with a diverse patient population at our state-of-the-art Whittier Clinic, a LEED-certified building that opened in Every day, residents use the latest technology and learn from staff and specialists who are dedicated to teaching.
Social Work Study Abroad. Course examines international social issues, programs, and policies and their impact on client populations and cultures in a particular country or global region.
Social Work Study Abroad: Explores how country's fledgling democracy and people are redesigning organizations and interventions to respond to the needs of South Africans.
Public Service and Social Change. Course examines the role of volunteer involvement and citizen participation in community development, grassroots organizing, advocacy, and other efforts to create a more just and democratic society. Includes a service-learning requirement.
Focuses on current professional social work issues. The focus will be specified each time the course is offered. May be repeated for credit; may be repeated in the same term for different topics; 6 total credits.
Community Organizing for Social Change. Course examines different types of advocacy strategies and their use in efforts both to enhance the delivery of services to disadvantaged populations and to promote social change in communities. Seminar in Service Learning.
Participants explore frameworks, values, and skills around the democratic principles of service, citizenship, and social justice. Accompanies an intensive, paid internship in a local nonprofit agency.
May be repeated for credit. Human Development in Context I: Course provides an overview of child and adolescent development in an environmental context, surveying major theoretical frameworks and highlighting the impact of different factors on individual development, functioning and health.
Confronting Oppression and Institutional Discrimination. This course examines institutionalized oppression and its implications for social work practice at all levels, emphasizing the consequences of social inequality and the social worker's responsibilities to fight oppression.
Human Development in Context II: This course reviews typical and divergent adult development in context, surveys major theoretical frameworks, and highlights the impact of social injustices on adult development. Develop knowledge of evidence-based practice, including skills needed to acquire and assess appropriate interventions for practice and skills required to evaluate social work practice.
Social Work Practicum I.Global HIT consulting firm with a personal touch. Trusted, expert, transformation consultants with a focus on our clients’ best strategic interests and success.
Prerequisite Coursework. In addition to meeting the admission requirements, all applicants must complete the following prerequisite coursework for consideration of his/her application for acceptance into the program.A Bachelor’s degree is not required for admission into the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) 4-year program.
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