The healthcare services landscape is shifting. Hospitals, which were the foundation of American healthcare, have to reconfigure their organizations and services. Satellite offices, acute care locations, and even pharmacies are offering more services to increasingly stratified patient consumers. This interdisciplinary course offers graduate students across the University the opportunity to examine closely the complexity of today's health care services and the necessarily multiple perspectives from which we view, think, and work in healthcare settings.
Organized, coordinated and sponsored by Miami Law, the course will be taught by University of Miami professors from the following Schools/Departments:
School of Education and Human Development
College of Arts and Sciences: Anthropology Department and Geography Department
School of Architecture
School of Business Administration
School of Law
Miller School of Medicine
Department of Epidemiology and Public Health
School of Nursing and Health Studies
(Graduate students from any of these schools are permitted to take the course.)
Time and Location
9:00 am to 4:30 pm, Saturdays
Law Library, Faculty Meeting Room, 4th floor for all sessions (please note: the Law Library opens at 8:30 am on Saturdays.
Breakfast and lunch provided
Over the course of the semester, students are required to attend six full day Saturday classes: The first class on January 21st; three (of five possible) additional Saturday classes; and final classes on April 8th (Class A) and April 15th (Class B).
Syllabus, Schedule Assignments
Download Course Schedule HERE
The course is listed under LAW255, MDR837, APY612, EPH684, ARC681and NUR697.
For more information on this course, please contact: Sandy Abraham, Executive Liaison for Interdisciplinary Programs and Initiatives, firstname.lastname@example.org.