This class meets weekly, in addition to placing students in a service-learning position in the local community. During class lecture time, students will participate in related class discussions based on the assigned readings. Some topics include cultural competency of healthcare providers, the social determinants of health, unconscious bias, intersectionality, the ethics and safety of undergraduate volunteers in health care settings, how to determine the needs of diverse communities, and the delivery of appropriate health care. Students will also actively reflect on their own service experiences in a weekly journal.
- Prerequisites: Bio 161 or Mcro 221 or Mcro 224; Completion of GE Area A with a grade of C- or better; GE Area D3; and consent of instructor.
- Graded, 3 units
- Intended for students with an interest in service and/or the health professions. Priority enrollment given to Bio majors/minors.
- Next Offered: Typically offered in Winter. Contact Dr. Candace Winstead (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.