This course examines families as a primary context for understanding health and health-related behaviors. Major topics include: 1) substantive and ethical overview of families and health, 2) historical perspectives on the family, 3) demographic trends in family structure, 4) family diversity with respect to social class, race/ethnicity and culture, and sexual orientation and their implications for understanding health phenomena and family models and theories, 5) families as the context for socialization to health beliefs and practices, 6) the provision of family-based care, 7) health profiles of family members and family roles, and 8) family-based skills, programs, and practice concepts.
|Instructor:||Linda M. Chatters|
|U-M Class #:||29976|
|Time:||Thu 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM|
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|Credits:||3 Credit Hours|
|W:||Social Work is not the home dept; home dept in parenthesis, contact home dept with questions|
|Interpersonal Practice||Elective (Host)|
|Mgmt & Leadership|
|Policy & Political|
|Children & Families||Elective|
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106