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Health and the Unfairly Structured City

This course is concerned with the way that social inequity structured into cities affects health and what can be done about it. It uses a social determinants of health/health inequalities framework to analyze the problem of urban health inequalities.

HLTH AGE 4S03

Health and the Unfairly Structured City

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): IV Term(s): Fall Offered?: Yes Language?: No

This course is concerned with the way that social inequity structured into cities affects health and what can be done about it. It uses a social determinants of health/health inequalities framework to analyze the problem of urban health inequalities.


Jim Dunn

Professor | Department Chair of the Department of Health, Aging & Society | Director of McMaster Institute for Healthier Environments