tudents will participate in on-site visits to local AIDS service organizations in London serving those affected by the disease. Local experts in London will provide guest lectures on the issues of prevention and counseling as they are undertaken in the U.
- London, United Kingdom
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Winter Semester
- Program Description:
- Location: London, England
Dates: January 5 - 18, 2014
Students will examine, analyze, apply, and evaluate theoretical paradigms and research, drawn from the disciplines of psychology, public health, and education as well as artistic/media reactions in relation to HIV prevention and counseling. Students will consider the HIV/AIDS epidemic as it is manifested in the United Sates (U.S.) and the United Kingdom (U.K.) across all developmental stages for those affected by, infected with, or at risk for HIV transmission. The course utilizes a biopsychosocial framework that emphasizes on theory-based HIV prevention and practice. Students will consider the response to the HIV epidemic in the U.K. and the U.S. from a cross-cultural perspective.
tudents will participate in on-site visits to local AIDS service organizations in London serving those affected by the disease. Local experts in London will provide guest lectures on the issues of prevention and counseling as they are undertaken in the U.K. and will consider these efforts with regard to the National Health Service (NHS). Students will conduct work with and within the community itself, and consider how the U.K. and the U.S. have responded to the HIV epidemic over the last 30 years.
APSY-GE 2450 - HIV Prevention and Counseling: Psychoeducational Perspectives (3 Points) Offered through the Department of Applied Psychology Perry Halkitis, PhD, MS, Associate Dean for Research and Doctoral Studies, Professor of Applied Psychology and Public Health, and Director, Center for Health, Identity, Behavior, and Prevention Studies (CHIBPS) Rafael E. Pérez Figueroa, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow, Center for Health, Identity, Behavior, and Prevention Studies (CHIBPS), and Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health
- 2014 Graduate Tuition: $1422 per point plus registration and services fees. This course counts toward your Spring 2014 course load and tuition. 2014 Housing Fees: $700 2014 Activity Fees: $200 The final payment of Housing and Activity Fees is due to the Office of Academic Initiatives and Global Programs on November 20, 2014. Tuition for the course is separate and will be due based on the Bursar's Payment Schedule for Spring 2014. (click here for Bursar's Payment Deadline Dates) Internation
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- Scholarships Description:
- Students can transfer their federal financial aid from their home institution to help pay for their tuition at NYU Shanghai. Visit the financial aid office at your home school to learn more about consortium agreements.
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