Psychosocial Aspects of Health Outcomes
CLASS SESSION: Monday, July 07, 2014-Friday, August 08, 2014
General Information: Course will be delivered by Web conferencing utilizing Adobe Connect. Students may be present online for the class sessions on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 6 - 9 p.m., or may view the class at a later time. The Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor prior to the first session. High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.. High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
Video Streaming Assistance:
For information on getting started and technical information about streaming video, visit the Media Services Web site.
Course Delivery Type: Over 50% Web Delivery: A Web course is taught using one or more web delivery platforms such as Blackboard, Streaming Video, Adobe Connect etc.
Students must have access to a high-speed Internet connection. More information will be provided by the instructor in the course syllabus.
(One or more synchronous components will REQUIRE meeting face-to-face or Online).
Credit: 3 semester hours of undergraduate/graduate credit
Instructor: Teri Browne
Bulletin Course Description: This course provides knowledge necessary for social work and other allied health professionals (e.g., nurses, dietitians. Pharmacists. Public health, medical students) to understand the psychosocial aspects to health outcomes.
Information is accurate as of
January 30, 2015, 8:59 am
(Subject to change)
Textbooks are available from the USC University Bookstore in the Russell House Student Union, Greene Street, Columbia, SC, 803-777-4160 (toll free at 888-654-5320). Online text ordering is available through the bookstore Web site at www.shopgamecocks.com. Delivery options are in-store pickup or UPS shipping (Ground, Second Day, or Next Day). Students are required to indicate their course section to order online; there will be a "J" prefix on the course SECTION number for this course. Contact the bookstore for questions about the online ordering system.