Course Description

Chronic disease risk reduction from a population-based perspective is explored. Utilizing a determinants of health framework, strategies for identifying risk and managing disease at a population level will be studied. Cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer will be used to frame this approach to disease risk reduction. Students will move from examining theoretical approaches to chronic disease prevention to examining 'successes' examples of moving theory into practice.


Prerequisite: FNN 201

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