WINTER 2020 TIMETABLE

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

Enrolment in Winter 2020 PHS courses begins Monday, November 4, 2019

Classes begin the week of January 6, 2020 (exceptions noted below)

COURSE CODE
COURSE TITLE
INSTRUCTOR
DAY
TIME
LOCATION*
SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOURAL HEALTH SCIENCE
CHL5102H S Social and Political Forces in Health
Restricted to SBHS PhD and 2nd year Master’s students, or with permission from the instructor: a.perezbrumer@utoronto.ca
Amaya Perez-Brumer M 10am – 1pm HS734
CHL5109H S Gender and Health
Restricted to Collaborative Specialization in Women’s Health students, or with permission from the instructor:
Janice.DuMont@wchospital.ca
Janice Du Mont
Robin Mason
R 1 – 4pm Rm 1441, Ground Floor, Women’s College Hospital
CHL5110H S Theory and Practice of Program Evaluation
Restricted to year 1 MPH SBHS students
Carol Strike
Jackie Bender
R 1 – 4pm MS4279
CHL5115H S Qualitative Analysis & Interpretation
Restricted to PhD students (DLSPH and partners of the CCQHR). Complete the CQ enrolment questionnaire and submit responses to Brenda.gladstone@utoronto.ca.
Pre-requisite: CHL5131H, JRP1000H, SWK6307H or equivalent.
Brenda Gladstone R 1 – 4pm HS734
CHL5130H S Advanced Methods in Applied Indigenous Health Research
Pre-requisite: CHL5520H and a research methods course or by permission of the instructor : janet.smylie@utoronto.ca.                                            The first class will be on Friday, January 17, 2020
Janet Smylie F 1 – 4pm HS108
CHL5133H S Evaluating Quantitative Public Health Research
Restricted to SBHS PhD students or with permission from the instructor: lisa.sanders@utoronto.ca
Elizabeth Sanders M 2 – 5pm HS696
CHL5203H S Survey Design and Social Research Methods in Public Health
Restricted to PHS students.
Pre-requisite: Undergraduate statistics course
Anita Benoit T 9am – 12n UC57
CHL5221H S Introduction to Qualitative Research – Lecture & Tutorials
Restricted to MPH SHBS (HP), Indigenous Health, and Nutrition & Dietetics students. Others should contact instructor for permission.
Clara Juando-Prats  M 1 – 4pm SS1069
Tutorials M 3 – 4pm MS2290, MS2394, HS705, HS715
CHL5702H S History of International Health
Anne-Emanuelle Birn M 10 – 1pm HS618
CHL5803H S Health Promotion 2 – Lecture & Tutorials
Restricted to Year 1 MPH SBHS (HP) students, or with permission form instructor: roberta.timothy@utoronto.ca
Pre-requisite: CHL5801H
Roberta Timothy W 9:30 – 12:30pm HS106
CHL5804H S Theories for Health Promotion and Public Health Intervention
Restricted to PhD and MScCH AMH students; or with permission from instructor: l.ross@utoronto.ca
Lori Ross R 10am – 1pm HS108
CHL5810H S Race, Ethnicity and Culture in Health (REACH)
Restricted to MPH students, or with permission from instructor: ananya.banerjee@utoronto.ca
Ananya Banerjee W 1 – 4pm HS734
CHL7001H S1 Directed Reading: Institutional Ethnography
Restricted to PhD students (PHS, Rehab Sc., Social Work, Pharmacy, Nursing, Kinesiology & Physical Ed.) or permission from instructor: daniel.grace@utoronto.ca
Enrolment form available at the 1st class
Daniel Grace W 2 – 5pm HS715
CHL7001H S2 Directed Reading: Environmental Health,
Transformative Public Health Education and Policy Change: Education Toward Social and Ecosystem Healing
Enrolment form available at the 1st class
Dorothy Goldin Rosenberg R 6 – 9pm

HS108

 

JRP1000H S Theory and Method for Qualitative Researchers: An Introduction
Contact instructor for permission: pia.kontos@uhn.ca
Pia Kontos W 9am – 12pm BA2155
BIOSTATISTICS
CHL5202H S Biostatistics II – Lecture
Pre-requisite: CHL5201H, or equivalent with permission from instructor: kevin.thorpe@utoronto.ca
Kevin Thorpe
Charles Keown-Stoneman
F 9am – 12pm UC140
Tutorial T 2 – 5pm HA401
Tutorial W 2 – 5pm HS790
Tutorial R 9 – 12n HS734, UC261, AB114
Tutorial R 1 – 4pm UCD301, UC248
Tutorial T 9 – 12n MS3290, ES4001
Tutorial W 9 – 12n HS790, AB114
CHL5203H S Survey Design and Social Research Methods in Public Health
Restricted to PHS students
Pre-requisite: Undergraduate statistics course
Anita Benoit T 9 – 12n UC57
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
CHL5209H S Survival Analysis I
Pre-requisites: CHL5226H, STA2112H or equivalent. Non-biostatistics students should contact olli.saarela@utoronto.ca
Olli Saarela
Sandra Gardner
W 2 – 5pm PB255
CHL5222H S Analysis of Correlated Data
Michael Escobar T 10am- 1pm HA401
CHL5223H S Applied Bayesian Methods
Pre-requisites: CHL5201H and CHL5202H or equivalent.
Michael Escobar M 2 – 5pm HA316
CHL5225H S Advanced Statistical Methods for Clinical Trials
Prerequisite
: CHL5227H; sound knowledge of mathematical statistics, calculus and matrix algebra.
TBA M 10am- 1pm HA401
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 permissions from instructor: bull@lunenfeld.ca
Shelley Bull
Andrew Paterson
F 10 – 12n HS614
CHL5229H S Modern Biostatistics and Statistical Learning
Rafal Kustra R 10am – 12pm HS614
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 HS574
CHL7001H S4 Directed Reading: Recurrent Neural Networks in Health Research
Enrolment form available at 1st class
Rafal Kustra W 1-3pm HS614
PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY
CHL5308H S Tools and Approaches for Public Health Policy Analysis and Evaluation
Restricted to PHP Collaborative Specialization students. Others should contact instructor for permission: robert.schwartz@utoronto.ca
Robert Schwartz
Arif Jetha
W 1 – 4pm HS100
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 HS106
SRM3333Y Y Public Health Policy Collaborative Program 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 HS106
EPIDEMIOLOGY
CHL5402H S Epidemiologic Methods II
Restricted to MPH Epi students.
Pre-requisites: CHL5201H and CHL5401H (or HAD5301H)
David Fisman
Arjumand Siddiqi
T 9 – 12n GB119
CHL5405H S Health Trends and Surveillance
Restricted to MPH Epi students.
Pre-requisite: CHL5401H
David Fisman
Erjia Ge
Prabhat Jha
Ashleigh Tuite
W 9 – 12n HS734
CHL5408H S Research Methods II
Restricted to PhD Epi students or with permission from instructor: jpole@pogo.ca
Pre-requisites: CHL5404H and CHL5406H
Jason Pole
Laura Rosella
M & W 9 – 12n MY440 (M), MY490 (W)
CHL5412H S Communicable Disease Epidemiology, Prevention and Control
Pre-requisites: CHL5201H and CHL5401H
David Fisman
Shelly Bolotin
Robyn Lee (CD)
M 2 – 5pm HS734
CHL5418H S Scientific Overviews in Epidemiology – Lecture & Tutorials
Restricted to MPH Epi students.
Pre-requisite: CHL5401H
Rebecca Liu R 2 – 5pm HS106
Tutorials R 3 – 5pm HS106, MS3278
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
CHL5424H S Advanced Quantitative Methods in Epidemiology
Pre-requisites: CHL5404H and CHL5406H, or with permission from instructor: brendant.smith@utoronto.ca
Brendan Smith
Rinku Sutradhar
Andy Wong
M 2 – 5pm HS790
CHL7001H S3 Directed Reading: Introduction to Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses
Contact Meghan Storey (StoreyM@smh.ca) for information.

Andrea Tricco

 

N/A N/A Online Course
INDIGENOUS HEALTH
CHL5130H S Advanced Methods in Applied Indigenous Health Research
Pre-requisite:
CHL5520H and a research methods course, or with permission from instructor: Janet.smylie@utoronto.ca.The first class will be on Friday, January 17, 2019
Janet Smylie F 1 – 4pm HS108
CHL5521H S Indigenous Practicum Preparation
Restricted to MPH Indigenous Health students, or with permission from instructor: suzanne.stewart@utoronto.ca
Suzanne Stewart
Juan Rodriguez Camacho
W 9 – 12n HS696
CHL5522H S Indigenous Food Systems, Environment and Health
Restricted to MPH Indigenous Health students, or with permission from instructor: 
TBD T 2 – 5pm HS734
CHL5524H S Indigenous Health Theory and Methods
Restricted to MPH Indigenous Health students, or with permission from instructor: suzanne.stewart@utoronto.ca
Suzanne Stewart W 1 – 4pm HS400
CLINICAL PUBLIC HEALTH  (FCM, HPTE , Nutrition & Dietetics, WPC)
CHL5601H S Appraising and Applying Evidence to Assist Clinical Decision-Making
To enrol contact: familymed.grad@utoronto.ca
Candice Holmes
Marybeth DeRocher
Walter Rosser
N/A N/A Online
CHL5603Y Y Social, Political and Scientific 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 9 – 12n 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 to F 8 – 5pm 500 University Ave., rm303
CHL5608H Y Teaching and Learning by the Health Professions: 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 to F 8 – 5pm 500 University Ave., rm303
CHL5610H S Theory and Practice of Behaviour Change in Health Professional Settings
Dates: Jan 9, 16, Feb 6, 20, 27, Mar 12, 26, Apr 2.
Contact familymed.grad@utoronto.ca for details
Abbas Ghavam-Rassoul R 1:30-4:30pm TBA
CHL5617H S Educational Technology for Health Practitioner Education
Dates: Jan 7, 21, Feb 4, 11, Mar 24 , 26 
To enrol contact: familymed.grad@utoronto.ca
Heather MacNeil
T

8:30 – 12:30pm

 

 500 University Ave., rm303
CHL5618H S Family Medicine and Primary Care in the Global Health Context
Dates: Jan 8th – Apr 1st (specific dates TBA)

Freida Chavez
Vanessa Redditt
Katherine Rouleau
w 1:30 – 5:00 pm  500 University Ave., rm303
CHL5624H S Historical, Ethical, and Philosophical Foundations of Public Health
Restricted to MPH-FCM – Advanced Standing, MPH & MScCH FCM students. Others should contact familymed.grad@utoronto.ca
Ross Upshur M 2-5pm HA410
CHL5630Y Y Wound Prevention and Care
Restricted to MScCH WPC students.
Full credit, year-long course; enroll in Fall term only.

Dates: TBD
Contact: m.eisenberg@utoronto.ca for details.
Gary Sibbald TBD 8am – 5pm Michener Institute 222 St, Patrick St., Auditorium
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
CHL5702H S History of International and Global Health Anne- Emanuelle Birn M 10 – 1pm HS618
CHL5707H S Health: An Engine for the Journey to Peace Izzeldin Abuelaish T 9am-12pm HS734
CHL7001H S6 Directed Reading: International Health Development
Enrolment form available at the 1st class
Shafi Bhuiyan T 2 – 5pm HS788
JCR1000H 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
CHL5903H S Environmental Health Ray Copes W 1 – 4pm HS696
CHL5905H S Clinical Studies in Occupational Health
Restricted to MScCH OHC Students
Linn Holness
Aaron Thompson
M 9 – 12n GA108
CHL5911H S Occupational and Environmental Hygiene II
Pre-requisite
: CHL5910H
Paul Bozek R 9 – 12n GA108
CHL5914H S Physical Agents I – Noise Andrea Sass-Kortsak W 9:30 – 12:30pm GA108
CHL5915H S Control of Occupational Hazards
Pre-requisite: CHL5910H
Paul Bozek T 9 – 12n GA108
CHL5918H S Biological Hazards in the Workplace and Community James Scott M 1 – 4pm GA108
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 GA108
CHL5921H S Protecting the Public from Air Pollution
Restricted to MPH OEH students in the Environmental Public Health Emphasis or with permission from instructor: jeremy.scott@utoronto.ca 
Jeremy Scott
Jeff Brook
T 1 – 4pm GA108
BIOETHICS
(restricted to students in the MHSc or Collaborative program in Bioethics)
CHL3001Y Y Core Topics in Bioethics Rosalind Abdool
F 1-5pm HS618
CHL3002Y Y Teaching Bioethics Connie Williams R 8:15 – 12n HS696
CHL3003Y Y Empirical Approaches in Bioethics Nancy Ondrusek
Daniel Buchman
R 8:15 – 12n HS696
CHL3004Y Y Ethics and Health Institutions Sally Bean 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 N/A N/A N/A
CHL3052H S Practical Bioethics (Capstone Course) Karen Devon F 8:15 – 12n HS618
HAD5771H S Resources Allocation Ethics Jennifer Gibson R 1 – 5pm TBA
PHL2146Y Y Topics in Bioethics James Anderson F 8:15 – 12n TBA
COLLABORATIVE PROGRAMS
PAS3701H S

Research Issues in Addictions

 

Kevin Shield
Bruna Brands
Hayley Hamilton
M 2 – 4pm VC206
UCS1000H S Community Development
Restricted to students in the Community Development Collaborative Specialization, or with permission from instructor: blake.poland@utoronto.ca
Blake Poland
T 6 – 9pm WI524
PRACTICUM CODES FOR MPH AND MScCH STUDENTS
CHL5620Y Y Required Medical Education Practicum in Family Medicine 1.0 FCE (8 weeks)
CHL5621H S Required Medical Education Practicum in Family Medicine Extension 0.5 FCE (4 weeks)
CHL5690H Y Required MScCH Practicum 0.5 FCE (4 weeks)
CHL5691H Y Optional MScCH Practicum 0.5 FCE (4 weeks)
CHL6010Y S Required MPH Practicum 1.0 FCE (8 weeks)
CHL6011H S Required MPH Practicum Extension 0.5 FCE (4 weeks)
CHL6012Y S Required MPH Practicum Long Extension 1.0 FCE (8 weeks)
CHL6013H Y Required MPH Advanced Standing Practicum 0.5 FCE (4weeks)
CHL6020Y S  Optional MPH Practicum 1.0 FCE (8 weeks)
CHL6021H S Optional MPH Practicum Extension 0.5 FCE (4 weeks)
CHL6022Y S Optional MPH Practicum Long Extension 1.0 FCE (8 weeks)
BUILDING CODES
BA Bahen Centre for Information Technology
40 St. George Street
MY Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship
55 St. George Street
CAMH Centre for Addiction & Mental Health
33 Russell Street
OI Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE)
252 Bloor Street West
DFCM Dept. of Family & Community Medicine
500 University Avenue
PB Leslie L. Dan Pharmacy Building
144 College Street
GA Gage Building
223 College Street
RU Rehabilitation Sciences Building
500 University Avenue
GB Galbraith Building
35 St George St
SS Sidney Smith Hall
100 St. George Street
HA Haultain Building
170 College St., (rear of)
UC University College
15 King’s College Circle
HS Health Sciences Building
155 College Street
VC Victoria College
91 Charles Street West
LW Faculty of Law (Jackman Law Bldg)
78 Queen’s Park
WB Wallberg Building
184 – 200 College Street
MS Medical Science Building
1 King’s College Circle
WI Wilson Hall – New College
40 Willcocks Street

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