This course provides the student with a broad overview of public health services and agencies in Panama. Over the course of eight days (May 3 – May 11, 2018) , students will visit a variety of public health agencies in Panama. During the visits students will learn about public health services for residents and agencies whose mission includes health promotion and disease prevention. Agencies visited will include those related to environmental health, social services, waste, indigenous health, nutrition, safety, and medical care. Students will also learn about several leading public health practices in the area and tour the Panama Canal. It is not necessary to speak Spanish, for the course, all visits will be translated into English.
Program cost: $2,000 - $2,500 per student
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