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Outreach provides a variety of services for the purpose of professional development. Goals for these courses are:
As such they increase the knowledge and understanding about environmental health among secondary school teachers, nurses, pharmacy students, and environmental quality professionals.
PCOL 819: Health Literacy: Service Learning
Instructor: Marti Lindsey, firstname.lastname@example.org
PCOL819 is an elective service-learning course for the College of Pharmacy, University of Arizona. It is a course with lab for students with an interest in pharmacy or other health-related careers. Students attend class once per week and do service learning / volunteer work as part of the course.
Students study health literacy, environmental health topics, and the materials to be used in their service learning experiences. They complete assignments; make very short presentations about the materials and their outreach experiences, post comments about their service learning experiences, and a final paper. New service learning experiences have been added to the course.
Now, in addition to working in classrooms teaching about human anatomy, service can be provided to libraries & schools though a family night event.
This course may be open for students not enrolled in the College of Pharmacy by request
Laboratory courses must maintain a minimum of 45 contact hours per unit of credit. http://catalog.arizona.edu/2004-05/poli