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Job ID53-8B-87-62-60-58
CompanyWestern University, Master Of Public Health
LocationLondon
ProvinceOntario
Date Posted2021-10-08
Posted Until2021-11-07
Job TypePart-time
Job CategoryEducation
Description
Course Information

This course will explore the relationships between cultural diversity and social behaviours in Indigenous communities, raise awareness about the state of Indigenous health and promote understanding about their social and cultural conditions. The course will explore the impact of various social, cultural and economic determinants of disease on the health of Indigenous populations. Through the focus on Indigenous Health this course will inform on health issues in the context of broader social, cultural and historical community factors that lead to health disparities. In recognizing the Indigenous health issues linked to social, historical, and cultural indicators, the course will create opportunities for further research and query, to understand and address the influences of cross-cultural factors not just for the Indigenous health issues, but other similar populations within Canada and beyond.
Start DateJanuary 1, 2022
Salary$8,349 For The Term
Education RequirementsCandidates with a PhD in a relevant discipline and/or equivalent experience are preferred.
Essential SkillsYou will be responsible for all activities associated with the successful delivery of the course, including but not limited to: developing, preparing, and delivering the course; setting and marking examinations, assessing the academic work of students, and reporting grades.

Candidates must be willing to undertake training as required by the Employer including, but not limited to, training in respect of health and safety, harassment and discrimination, and legislated service standards.
ExperienceThe ideal candidate has a demonstrated record of high performance and expertise teaching at the university-level and/or experience in public health.
LanguagesEnglish
Work SettingsIn-person instruction two times a week for 80 minutes per class.
Additional SkillsThis course will explore the relationships between cultural diversity and social behaviours in Indigenous communities, raise awareness about the state of Indigenous health and promote understanding about their social and cultural conditions. The course will explore the impact of various social, cultural and economic determinants of disease on the health of Indigenous populations. Through the focus on Indigenous Health this course will inform on health issues in the context of broader social, cultural and historical community factors that lead to health disparities. In recognizing the Indigenous health issues linked to social, historical, and cultural indicators, the course will create opportunities for further research and query, to understand and address the influences of cross-cultural factors not just for the Indigenous health issues, but other similar populations within Canada and beyond.
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