Advocacy plays a key role in the development of health policy. The Canadian Public Health Association, for example, describes advocacy as a “core function” of public health associations. Effective advocacy requires both knowledge and experience, which students will develop by creation of an advocacy campaign that will impact local communities and beyond.
Prerequisite(s): Permission of the School of Health Studies; Enrolment in the third or fourth year of an Honors degree in the School of Health Studies, with a minimum cumulative average of 80%.
Pre-or Corequisite(s):Health Sciences 3101A/B; Health Sciences 3400A/B.