FALL 2019 TIMETABLE

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M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday

Enrolment in Fall 2019 Public Health Sciences courses begins Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Classes begin the week of September 9, 2019 (exceptions noted below)

COURSE CODE
COURSE TITLE
INSTRUCTOR
DAY
TIME
LOCATION

CORE COURSES

CHL5004H F Introduction to Public Health Sciences Week 1: Sept 3-6 @ 9am-5pm, 6th Fl. auditorium
Fridays @ 2-4pm: Sept 13, 20, 27, Oct 11, 18, 25, and Nov 1
Jeremy Scott
Lisa Forman
F 2 – 4pm  
CHL5005H F Introduction to Public Health Research Week 1: Sept 3-6 @ 9-5pm, 6th Fl. auditorium
Fridays @ 1-3pm: Sept 13, 20, 27, Oct 11, 18, and Nov 1
Xiaolin Wei F 1 – 3pm  

SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOURAL HEALTH SCIENCES

CHL5101H F Social Theory and Health
Restricted to SBHS PhD Year 1 students
Blake Poland W 2 – 5pm  HS705
CHL5105H F Social Determinants of Health Arjumand Siddiqi T 2 – 5pm  MS2170
  Tutorials   T 4 – 5 pm  HS108, HS100, HA316, HA401
CHL5113H F Global Migration and Health
**Class begins Thursday, September 5, 2019**
Andrea Cortinois R 10 – 12n  HS108
CHL5129H F Introduction to Mixed Methods Research for Public Health
Restricted to PhD students in PHS and IHPME.
Other students should obtain permission of the instructor dionne.gesink@utoronto.ca
Pre-requisites: Students must have taken, or be concurrently taking, a graduate level course in either quantitative or qualitative methods.
Lori Ross
Dionne Gesink
R 9 – 12n  HS734* Location Change
CHL5131H F Theoretical Foundations of Qualitative Health Research
Open to PhD students in PHS.  Other doctoral students may enrol with permission of instructor: brenda.gladstone@utoronto.ca
Brenda Gladstone R 1 – 4pm  HS734* Location Change
CHL5132H F Population Health Intervention Research (PHIR)
Open to PhD PHS students and Year 2 Masters PHS students.  Others please contact instructor for permission: e.diruggiero@utoronto.ca
Pre-requisite:
Students must have taken at least one course in program evaluation and/or research methods (qualitative and quantitative).
Erica Di Ruggiero T 9-12n HS618
CHL5150H F Data Collection Methods for Research & Evaluation                                                                                   Carol Strike M 2 – 5pm  HS734* Location Change
CHL5420H F Global Health Research Methods                                      Open to PhD PHS students and Year 2 Masters PHS students.  Ananya Banerjee W 1 – 4pm HS614
CHL5801H F Health Promotion 1 – Lecture & Tutorial
Restricted to Year 1 MPH IH and SBHS (HP) students
Ananya Banerjee M 10 – 1pm  HS106
CHL5807H F Health Communications
Restricted to PHS and EXS students
Larry Hershfield W 2 – 5pm HS696
CHL5808H F Health-in-All-Policies: Approaches to Achieve Healthier City Monica Campbell W 9:30 – 12n HS100

BIOSTATISTICS

CHL5201H F Biostatistics I – Lecture
Pre-requisite: statistics course
Enrolment is OPEN to all graduate students via ACORN. Instructors permission not required.
Kevin Thorpe
Lennon Li
F 9 – 12n  HS610
  Tutorials   T 9 – 12n  HS100, HS790, HA316
  Tutorials   T 2 – 5pm  BF323, MY320
  Tutorials   W 9 – 12n  UC144
  Tutorials   W 2 – 5pm  UC144, HS790
  Tutorials   R 2 – 5pm  HA410
Tutorials M 2 – 5pm SS1086
CHL5207Y Y Lab in Statistical Design & Analysis
1.0 full-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term. Restricted to MSc Biostatistics students
Tony Panzarella R 2 – 4pm  PB255
CHL5208Y Y Advanced Lab in Statistical Design & Analysis
1.0 full-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term. Restricted to PhD Biostatistics students
Tony Panzarella R 2 – 4pm  PB255
CHL5210H F Categorical Data Analysis
Restricted to Biostatistics and Statistics students, or previous statistical training and permissions of instructor: tony.panzarella@utoronto.ca
Tony Panzarella W 2 – 5pm HS734* Location Change
Tutorials F 11 – 12n MS4279
CHL5220H F Introduction to Quantitative Research – Lecture 
Restricted to Year 1 MPH IH, N&D, OEH and SBHS (HP) students
Housne Begum W 1 – 3pm  MS2172
  Tutorials   W 3-4:30pm BA2179, HA401, HA316, MS2172, OI3312
CHL5224H F Modern Statistical Genetics Lei Sun T 10 – 1pm  HS734* Location Change
CHL5226H F Mathematical Foundation of Biostatistics Rafal Kustra M 2 – 5pm  HS106
Tutorials W 1 – 2pm WB119
CHL5227H F Introduction to Statistical Methods for Clinical Trials
Restricted to Biostatistics students, or to students with previous statistical training, with permission of instructor: olli.saarela@utoronto.ca
Olli Saarela
Kevin Thorpe
Amy Liu
R 9 – 12n  MS4171
CHL5228H Y Statistical Methods for Genetics Genomics Research Seminar
Half-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term only. Pre/co-requisite: Biostats/stats at the graduate level; CHL5224H Modern Statistical Genetics & CHL5430H Fundamentals of Genetic Epidemiology. Open to thesis students in Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Statistics (year 2), others with instructor permissions: bull@lunenfeld.ca
Shelley Bull
Andrew Paterson
F 10 – 12n  HS614
CHL5230H F Applied Machine Learning for Health Data
Open to PHS and IHPME. Other students may enrol with permission of instructor: n.mitsakakis@theta.utoronto.ca
Nicholas Mitsakakis M 9 – 12n AB107
CHL5250H Y Special Topics in Biostatistics
Half-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term. Restricted to Biostatistics students
Wendy Lou T 3 – 5pm  HS790
CHL5260H Y Doctoral Seminar Series in Biostatistics
Three-year half-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term of year 1.
Wendy Lou Michael Escobar
Olli Saarela
R 12 – 2pm  HS790* Location Change 

PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY

CHL5300H F Public Health Policy – Lecture
Restricted to MPH Epi, HP, IH, N&D and MScCH students
Robert Schwartz
Raisa Deber
R 1 – 3pm  AH400
  Tutorials   R 12 – 1pm UC152, UC148
  Tutorials   R 3 – 4pm HS100, UCD301, BA2145, BA2155
  Tutorials   R 4 – 5pm UC148, UC256
CHL5309H Y Advanced Analysis of Topical Issues in Public Health Policy (Collaborative PhD students)
Half-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term. For enrolment contact: publichealthpolicy@utoronto.ca
Robert Schwartz F 12:30 – 2pm  HS108
SRM3333Y Y Public Health Policy Collaborative Specialization Seminar
(Collaborative Master’s students)
Half credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term. For enrolment contact: publichealthpolicy@utoronto.ca
Robert Schwartz F 12:30 – 2pm  HS108

EPIDEMIOLOGY

CHL5129H F Introduction to Mixed Methods Research for Public Health
Restricted to PhD students in PHS and IHPME. Other students should obtain permission of the instructor  dionne.gesink@utoronto.ca
Pre-requisites: Students must have taken, or be concurrently taking, a graduate level course in either quantitative or qualitative methods.
Lori Ross Dionne Gesink R 9 – 12n  HS734
CHL5401H F Epidemiologic Methods I – Lecture
Restricted to year 1 MPH Epi, OEH and SBHS (HP) students.
Co-requisite (for MPH Epi): CHL5201H
Jennifer Brooks
Sarah Buchan
T 10 – 12n  MS2172
Tutorials   M 10 -12n
 HS790, HS788, HS789
Tutorials M 1 – 3 HS715, HS790, HS788, HS789, BAB026, MS2394, MS2290
CHL5403H F Epidemiology of Non-Communicable Diseases
Pre-requisites: CHL5401H and CHL5402H or equivalent, or permission of instructor: Robert.Mann@camh.ca
Robert Mann Michael Roerecke T 1 – 3pm  HS696* Location Change
CHL5404H F Research Methods I
Restricted to PhD Epi students, or with permission of  instructor: dionne.gesink@utoronto.ca
Dionne Gesink Michael Chaiton F 9:30 – 12:30pm  HS705
CHL5406H F Quantitative Methods for Biomedical Research
Co-requisite: CHL5404H
Restricted to PhD Epi students. Other PhD students in PHS and IHPME, and Masters students with CHL5202H or equivalent, should contact sue.bondy@utoronto.ca

Susan Bondy

 

T 9 – 11n  HS614
  Lab   T 1 – 3pm  HS790
CHL5407H F Categorical Data Analysis for Epidemiologic Studies
Pre-requisites: CHL5202H and CHL5402H or equivalent. Restircted to Year 2 MPH Epi students.  Other students should contact instructor for permission: jennifer.brooks@utoronto.ca
Jennifer Brooks W 9 – 11am  HS734* Location Change
  Lab   W 11 – 1pm  HS790, HS788, HS789
CHL5409H F Cancer Epidemiology
Pre-requisites: CHL5201H, CHL5202H, CHL5401H and CHL5402H or equivalent, or with permission of instructor: mailto:rayjean.hung@lunenfeld.ca 
Rayjean Hung
Julia Knight
R 1 – 4pm  HS618
CHL5410H F Occupational Epidemiology
Pre-requisites: basic course in epidemiology and biostatistics
Paul Demers Victoria Arrandale W 2 – 5pm  GA108
CHL5417H F Tobacco and Health: From Cells to Society Michael Chaiton Roberta Ferrence
Tara Elton-Marshall
W 1 – 4pm  AH304
CHL5420H F Global Health Research Methods
Restricted to PHS PhD or 2nd Year Masters students
Ananya Banerjee W 1 – 4pm HS614
CHL5423H Y Doctoral Series in Epidemiology
Two-year half-credit course, for PhD Epi students, from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term of year 1. All other Epi students are encouraged to attend.
David Fisman
Shelley Deeks
Erjia Ge
R 12 – 1pm  HS734* Location Change
CHL5426H F Population Perspectives for Epidemiology – Lecture
Restricted to MPH Epi students
Cameron Mustard
Jeff Kwong
Peter Smith
R 9 – 10:30am

 MS2172

 

  Tutorials R  10:30am-12n  HS705, HS100
CHL5428H F Epidemiological Methods for Causal Mediation Analyses
Restricted to PhD Epi & Biostatistics students, or with permission of instructor: p.smith@utoronto.ca
Pre-requisites: A course in epidemiological study design (e.g. CHL5402H, HAD6770H, HAD5763H), and at least one intermediate/advanced course in statistics or biostatistics (e.g. CHL5202H)
Peter Smith
Olli Saarela
M 9 – 12n PB255* Location Change
CHL5431H F Spatial Epidemiology: Introductory Methods and Applications Erjia Ge
F 9:30 – 12:30pm  HS696
CHL7001H F1 Directed Reading: Methods in Reproductive and Perinatal Epidemiology
Pre-requisites: CHL5202H and CHL5402H, or with permission from the instructor.
Enrolment for available at 1st class
Hilary Brown F 9-12n HS715
CHL7001H F2 Directed Reading: Next Generation of Sequencing Data Analysis
Pre-requisites: Knowledge of molecular genetics and role of genetic mutations in human disorders.  Contact instructor for permission: mohammad.akbari@utoronto.ca
Enrolment form available at 1st class
Mohammad Akbari R 1-3pm Rm 7433, Women’s College Hospital
JRH1000H F Introduction to Pharmacoepidemiology
Open to PHS & Pharmaceutical Sciences students, or with permission of instructor: s.cadarette@utoronto.ca
Offered by the Dept Pharmaceutical Sciences
Suzanne Cadarette R 2-4pm PB210

INDIGENOUS HEALTH

CHL5520H F Indigenous Health
Restricted to MPH and Collaborative Specialization in Indigenous Health students.
Suzanne Stewart T 10 – 12n  BF323
CHL5523H F Indigenous Health and Social Policy
Pre-requisite: CHL5520H or permission of the instructor: angela.mashford.pringle@utoronto.ca
Angela Mashford-
Pringle
T 2-4:30pm HS734* Location Change
SRM3333H F CSIH Research Seminar Series
Restricted to Collaborative Specialization in Indigenous Health Masters students
Angela Mashford-Pringle F 11 – 1pm TBA
SRD4444H F CSIH Research Seminar Series
Restricted to Collaborative Specialization in Indigenous Health PhD students
Angela Mashford-Pringle F 11 – 1pm TBA

CLINICAL PUBLIC HEALTH (FCM, HPTE , Nutrition & Dietetics, WPC)

CHL5601H F Appraising and Applying Evidence to Assist Clinical Decision-Making
Dates: Visit DFCM website
To enrol contact:
familymed.grad@utoronto.ca
Walter Rosser
Candice Holmes
Marybeth DeRocher
ONLINE
CHL5603Y Y Social and Political Science Issues in Family Medicine
1.0 full-credit course, Sept-Apr; enrol in Fall session only. To enrol contact: familymed.grad@utoronto.ca
Samantha Green W 9am-12n 500 University Ave., rm303
CHL5605H F Research Issues in Family Medicine/Primary Care
To enrol, contact:  familymed.grad@utoronto.ca
Paul Krueger
Sheila Dunn
W 12- 4pm  500 University Ave., rm303

CHL5607H Y

 

Teaching and Learning by the Health Professions: Principles and Theories
Half-credit course, Sept-Apr; enrol in Fall session. Week 1: Oct 21-25, 2019; Week 2: Mar 2- Mar 6, 2020
To enrol, contact: healthteach.grad@utoronto.ca
Abbas Ghavam-Rassoul
Judith Peranson
M-F 8 – 5pm  500 University Ave., rm303
CHL5608H Y Teaching and Learning by the Health: Professions Practical Issues and Approaches
Half-credit course, Sept-Apr; enrol in Fall session. Week 1: Oct 21-25, 2019; Week 2: Mar 2-Mar 6, 2020
To enrol, contact: healthteach.grad@utoronto.ca
Abbas Ghavam-Rassoul
Judith Peranson
M-F 8 – 5pm  500 University Ave., rm303
CHL5609H F Continuing Education in Health Professions
Dates: Sept. 16, Sept. 23, Sept. 30, Oct. 7, Nov. 18
To enrol, contact: familymed.grad@utoronto.ca
Savithiri Ratnapalan M 9 – 5pm 525 University Ave. rm1260
CHL5615H F Assessment and Evaluation Issues in Health Practitioner Field-Based Education
Dates: Oct 16, 17, Nov. 6, 7, Dec 4, 5                              Pre-requisite course: CHL5614H                                To enrol, contact: familymed.grad@utoronto.ca ****NOT OFFERED****
Sue Glover Takahashi
Marla Nayer
9am-4pm 500 University Ave., rm303
CHL5622H F Patient Related Health Care and Public Policy in Canada (hybrid course)
Dates: Sept 16, 30, Oct 28, Nov. 11, 25, Dec 2*    
Julia Alleyne M 9am-11am *9am-1pm 500 University Ave., rm303
CHL5630Y Y Wound Prevention and Care
Restricted to MScCH WPC students.
Full-credit, year-long course; enrol in Fall term only. 
Dates: Sept 19-22
Gary Sibblad 8 – 5pm Michener Institute 222 St, Patrick St., Auditorium
CHL5631H F Integrating Public Health and Clinical Care: The Case of TB  Xiaolin Wei
Ross Upshur
W 9:15 – 12n  HS614
CHL5650H F Foundations of Practice I
Restricted to MPH Nutrition and Dietetics students
Eric Ng W 9 – 12n  OI2199
CHL5652H F Foundations of Practice III
Restricted to MPH Nutrition and Dietetics students
Eric Ng M 9 – 12n  HS734* Location Change
CHL5653H F Community Nutrition
Restricted to MPH Nutrition and Dietetics students
Pierrette Buklis T 1 – 4pm  UC144
CHL5654H F Nutrition Programs and Strategies
Restricted to MPH Nutrition and Dietetics students
Pierrette Buklis M 1 – 4pm  MS3290
CHL7001H F3 Directed Reading: Foundations of Nutrition Care Practice
Restricted to MPH Nutrition and Dietetics students. Enrolment form available at 1st class.
Tracie Burke
Eric Ng
F 9 – 12n UC52
NFS1201H F Public Health Nutrition Valarie Tarasuk W 10 – 12n HA316
NFS1484H F Advanced Nutrition Laurie Ricciuto R 9 – 12n NL06

GLOBAL HEALTH

CHL5700H Y Global Health (hybrid course)
Priority to Masters students in the CSGH.
Half-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term
Dates: Sep 25, Oct 30, Nov 27, Jan 29, Feb 26, and Mar 25
Andrea Cortinois W 4 – 7pm  HS574
CHL5701H Y Doctoral Seminar, Collaborative Specialization in Global Health
Restricted to PhD students in the CSGH
Half-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term
Erica Di Ruggiero R (every other week) 10 – 12n  HS507
CHL5706H F Women and Women’s Health In Countries of Conflict Izzeldin Abuelaish M 9 – 12n  MS3278
CHL5707H F Health: An Engine for the Journey to Peace
*** Moved to Winter 2020 ***
Izzeldin Abuelaish
JCR1000Y Y An Interdisciplinary Approach to Global Challenges
Offered by the Dept of Chem Engineering & App Chem. Full-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term.
Erica Di Ruggiero      Anita McGahan Joseph Wong  Yu-Ling Cheng (CD) F 9am – 12pm B019, Munk School (315, Bloor St. W.)

OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

CHL5902H F Advanced Occupational Hygiene
Pre-requisites:  CHL5910H, CHL5911H and CHL5915H
Tracy Kirkham
R 1 – 4pm  GA108
CHL5904H F Perspectives in Occupational Health and Safety – Legal and Social Context
Restricted to MPH OEH and MScCH OHC students
Kathryn Nichol
Lissa Ceolin
R 9 – 12n GA108
CHL5907H F Radiological Health Paul Bozek F 9 – 12n  GA108
CHL5910H F Occupational and Environmental Hygiene I – Lecture Paul Bozek W 9 – 12n  GA 108
  Tutorials   TBA TBA
CHL5912H F Industrial Toxicology Jeremy Scott M 1 – 4pm  GA 108
CHL5917H F Concepts in Safety Management
Restricted to MPH OEH students.
Anna Bortolus T 9 – 12n  GA 108
CHL5919H F Public Health Mycology
Contact instructor for permission: james.scott@utoronto.ca
James Scott W 10 – 12n  PB 255
CHL5920H Y Occupational and Environmental Health Doctoral Seminar Series
Restricted to PhD OEH students. Half-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term.
Jeremy Scott TBA TBA TBA

BIOETHICS
(restricted to students in the MHSc or Collaborative Specialization in Bioethics)

CHL3001Y Y Core Topics in Bioethics Rosalind Abdool
Eoin Connolly
F 1 -5pm  HS618
CHL3002Y Y Teaching Bioethics Connie Williams
Ruby Shanker
R 8:15 – 12n  HS696
CHL3003Y Y Empirical Approaches in Bioethics Daniel Buchman Nancy Ondrusek R 8:15 – 12n  HS696
CHL3004Y Y Ethics and Health Institutions Sally Bean
Blair Henry
R 1 -5pm  HS696
CHL3005H F Legal Approaches to Bioethics Maria McDonald R 1 -5pm  HS696
CHL3006H Y Writing in Bioethics
Half-credit course from Sept-April
Michael Szego
David Langlois
F 1 -5pm  HS618
CHL3008Y Y Applied Learning in Bioethics (Practicum) Rosanna Macri
Frank Wagner
N/A N/A  N/A
CHL3051H F Research Ethics Trudo Lemmens
Ann Heesters
F 8:15 – 12n  HS618
PHL2146Y Y Topics in Bioethics
Offered by the Dept of Philosophy
James Anderson
Jennifer Bell
F 8:15 – 12n  TBA
SRM3333Y Y/
SRD4444Y  Y
CSB Graduate Seminar
Master’s/Doctoral
W 4 -5:30pm  

COLLABORATIVE SPECIALIZATION COURSES

PAS3700H F Multidisciplinary Aspects of Addiction Hayley Hamilton
Michael Chaiton
Lana Popova
M 2 – 4pm  PB255

PRACTICUM COURSES – MPH and MScCH students

CHL5620Y Y Practicum in Family Community Medicine 1.0 FCE (8 weeks)
CHL5621H F Extension to Practicum in Family Community Medicine 0.5 FCE (4 weeks)
CHL5690H Y MScCH Required Practicum 0.5 FCE (4 weeks)
CHL5691H Y MScCH Optional Practicum 0.5 FCE (4 weeks)
CHL6010Y F Required MPH Practicum 1.0 FCE (8 weeks)
CHL6011H F Required MPH Practicum Extension 0.5 FCE (4 weeks)
CHL6012Y F Required MPH Practicum Long Extension 1.0 FCE (8 weeks)
CHL6020Y F Optional MPH Practicum 1.0 FCE (8 weeks)
CHL6021H F Optional MPH Practicum Extension 0.5 FCE (4 weeks)
CHL6022Y F Optional MPH Practicum Long Extension 1.0 FCE (8 weeks)

BUILDING CODES

AB Astronomy & Astrophysics Building
50 St. George Street
HA Haultain Building
170 College Street (rear of)
AH Muzzo Family Alumni Hall (St. Michael’s College)
121 St. Joseph Street
HS Health Sciences Building
155 College Street
BA Bahen Centre
40 St George Street
IN Innis College
2 Sussex Avenue
BF Bancroft Building
100 College Street
MS Medical Science Building
1 King’s College Circle
BL Claude T. Bissell Building
140 St George Street
OI OISE Building
252 Bloor Street West
BN Benson Wing, Athletic Centre (AC)
320 Benson Street (TCard required for entry)
PB Pharmacy Building
144 College Street
CB Best Institute
112 College Street
RU Rehabilitation Sciences Building
500 University Avenue
CG Canadiana Gallery
14 Queen’s Park Cres. West
RU Rehabilitation Sciences Building
500 University Avenue
CAMH Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
33 Russell Street
SF Sandford Fleming Building
10 King’s College Road
CR Carr Hall
100 St. Joseph Street
SK Faculty of Social Work Building
246 Bloor Street West
DFCM Dept. of Family & Community Medicine
500 University Avenue
SS Sidney Smith Building
100 St. George Street
EM Emmanuel College
75 Queen’s Park 
TF Teefy Hall
57 Queen’s Park Crescent
FG Fitzgerald Building
150 College Street
UC University College 
15 King’s College Circle
GA Gage Building
223 College Street
VC Victoria College
91 Charles Street West
GB Galbraith Building
35 St. George Street
WE Wetmore Hall-New College
300 Huron Street

interactive building map