WINTER 2018 TIMETABLE

Please check this page or the bulletin board by HS 620 regularly for updates

Classes begin the week of January 8, 2018 (exceptions noted below)
M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday

Enrolment in Winter 2018 PHS courses begins Wednesday, November 1, 2017

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
Daniel Grace
W
2 – 5pm
MS 3290
CHL5109H S
Gender and Health
Restricted for Collaborative Specialization in Women’s Health students and DLSPH students with permission of the instructors.
Contact instructor: Janice.DuMont@wchospital.ca
Janice Du Mont
Robin Mason

R
1 – 4pm
Women’s College Hospital,
Room 1441
CHL5110H S
Theory and Practice of Program Evaluation
Restricted to Year 1 MPH SBHS students
Carol Strike
R
1 – 3pm
MS 2173
Tutorials
R
2 – 4pm
TBA
CHL5115H S
Qualitative Analysis & Interpretation
Restricted to PhD students. To obtain permision, students should complete questionnaire and submit to brenda.gladstone@sickkids.ca.
Brenda Gladstone
R
1 – 4pm
HS 715
CHL5117H S
A Global Perspective on the Health of Women and Children
Not Offered
CHL5130H S
Advanced Methods in Applied Indigenous Health Research
Pre-requisite: CHL5421H,  a relevant Indigenous Studies course, or permission of  instructor: janet.smylie@utoronto.ca
Janet Smylie
F
9 – 12n
HS 696
CHL5803H S
Health Promotion 2 – Lecture & Tutorials
Pre-requisite: CHL5801H
Restricted to Year 1 MPH SBHS students
Charlotte Lombardo
W
10 – 1pm
HS 108
Tutorials
TBA
CHL5804H S
Theories for Health Promotion and Public Health Intervention
PhD students may enrol; MPH students should contact l.ross@utoronto.ca for permission
Lori Ross
R
9:30 – 12:30pm
HS 696
CHL5806H S
Health Promotion Field Research
Not Offered
CHL7001H S4
Directed Reading: Indigenous Food Systems, Environment and Health
Interested students should contact 
john.wabegijik@utoronto.ca
Enrolment form available at the 1st class.
Melanie Jeffrey T
2 – 5pm
HS 400
CHL7001H S5
Directed Reading: Race, Ethnicity, and Culture in Health (REACH)
Contact ananya.banerjee@utoronto.ca
for permission. Enrolment form available at the 1st class.
Ananya Banerjee Anita Benoit
T
1 – 4pm
HS 614
CRI3340H S
Special Topics: Health and Justice
Offered by the Centre for Criminology & Sociological Studies
Flora Matheson
R
1 – 3pm
CG265
(14 Queen’s Park Cres W)
JRP1000H S
Theory and Method of Qualitative Researchers: An Introduction
Contact pia.kontos@uhn.ca for permission.
Pia Kontos
R
9-12n
 
BIOSTATISTICS
CHL5202H S
Biostatistics II – Lecture
Pre-requisite: CHL5201H, or equivalent with instructor’s permission (kevin.thorpe@utoronto.ca)
Restricted to MPH Epi students. Limited space to MPH HP, OEH, iHPME and others.
Kevin Thorpe
Rafal Kustra
F
9 – 12n
GB 120
Tutorial
M
10:30am – 12n
HS 790
Tutorial
T
3:30 – 5pm
HS 789
Tutorial
W
2:30 – 4pm
HS 790
Tutorial

R

2:30 – 4pm

MS4171
CHL5207Y Y
Lab in Statistical Design & Analysis
1.0 full-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term
Tony Panzarella 
Annie Dupuis
Rosane Nisenbaum
Derek Stephens
R
2 – 4pm
HA 316
CHL5208Y Y
Advanced Lab in Statistical Design & Analysis
1.0 full-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term
Tony Panzarella
Annie Dupuis
Rosane Nisenbaum
Derek Stephens
R
2 – 4pm
HA 316
CHL5210H S
Categorical Data Analysis
Tony Panzarella
W
2 – 5pm
HA 316
CHL5221H S
Introduction to Qualitative Research-Lecture
Restricted to MPH SBHS (HP), Nutrition & Dietetics; others contact dan.allman@utoronto.ca
Dan Allman
M
1 – 3pm
GB 221
Tutorials
M
3 -4pm
TBA
CHL5222H S
Analysis of Correlated Data
Rahim Moineddin
T
10 – 1pm
HS 790
CHL5223H S
Applied Bayesian Methods
Michael Escobar
M
2 – 5pm
HA 316
CHL5228H Y
Statistical Methods for Genetics Genomics Research Seminar
Half-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term
Shelley Bull
Andrew Paterson
F
10 – 12n
HS 614
CHL5250H Y
Special Topics in Biostatistics
Half-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term only.
Wendy Lou
T
3 – 5pm
HS 790
CHL5260H Y
Doctoral Seminar Series in Biostatistics
Three-year half- credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term only.
Wendy Lou
Michael Escobar
Rafal Kustra
Olli Saarela
R
12 – 2pm
HS 618
CHL7001H S8
Directed Reading:  Modern Biostatistics and Data Mining
Enrolment form available at the 1st class 
Rafal Kustra
R
10 – 12nn
HS 637
PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY
CHL5308H S
Tools and Approaches for Public Health Policy Analysis and Evaluation
Limited enrolment; restricted to PHP Collaborative and PHS students.
Robert Schwartz
Emile Tompa
Arif Jetha
W
1 – 4pm
 HS 614
CHL5309H Y
Advanced Analysis of Topical Issues in Public Health Policy
(Collaborative PhD students)
Half-credit course; enrol in Fall term only.
Robert Schwartz
F
12:30 – 2pm
HS 106
SRM3333Y Y
Public Health Policy Collaborative Program Seminar –
(Collaborative Master’s Students)
Enrol in Fall term only.
Robert Schwartz
F
12:30 – 2pm
HS 106
EPIDEMIOLOGY
CHL5402H S
Epidemiologic Methods II – Lecture
Pre-requisites: CHL5201H and CHL5401H (or HAD5301H). Restricted to MPH Epi students, limited to HP students.
Susan Bondy
Brenda Coleman
T
9-11am
GB 303
Tutorials
T
11 – 1pm
TBA
CHL5405H S
Health Trends and Surveillance
Pre-requisite: CHL5401H. Restricted to MPH Epi students
Effie Gournis
Jason Garay
R
9 – 12n
HS 108
CHL5408H S
Research Methods II
Pre-requisites: CHL5404H and CHL5406H Restricted to PhD Epi students or by permission of the instructor: jpole@pogo.ca
Jason Pole
Laura Rosella
Kevin Brown
M / W
9 – 12n
WB 219
CHL5412H S
Communicable Disease Epidemiology, Prevention and Control
Pre-requisites: CHL5201H and CHL5401H
Paul Arora
Shelly Bolotin
Shaun Morris
M
2 – 5pm
HS 108
CHL5418H S
Scientific Overviews in Epidemiology – Lecture & Tutorials Pre-requisite: CHL5401H. Restricted to MPH Epi students. Tutorial Dates: Jan 18, Feb 1, Mar 1/15/22 & Apr 5; Rooms: TBA
Liane Macdonald
Erin Hobin
R
2 – 5pm
HS 108
CHL5423H Y
Doctoral Series in Epidemiology
Two-year, half-credit required course for incoming PhD Epi students; enroll in Fall term. All other Epi students are encouraged to attend.
Shelley Deeks
David Fisman
Erjia Ge
R
12 – 1pm
MS 2173
CHL5424H S
Advanced Quantitative Methods in Epidemiology
Pre-requisites: CHL5404H and CHL5406H, or permission from the course director: brendant.smith@utoronto.ca
Brendan Smith
Rinku Sutradhar
M
2 – 5pm
HS 790
CHL5425H S
Mathematical Epidemiology of Communicable Diseases: An Introduction
David Fisman
W
1 – 4pm
 FG 139
CHL7001H S1
Directed Reading: Spatial Epidemiology – Introductory Methods and Applications
Enrolment form available at the 1st class.
Erijia Ge
T
2 – 4:30pm
HA 409
CHL7001H
Directed Reading: Environmental-Molecular Epidemiology
Enrolment form available at the 1st class.
Morteza Bashash
 T 2 -4:30pm  TBA
CHL7001H S3
Directed Reading: Introduction to Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses
Contact Meghan Storey (StoreyM@smh.ca) for information. Enrolment form available at the 1st class
Andrea Tricco
Sharon Straus
N/A N/A Online Course
CHL7001H
Directed Reading: Large Scale Impact Evaluation
CHL5201H, CHL5401H & CHL5402H This course is intended for advanced Master and PhD students.
Please contact instructors for permission: diego.bassani@sickkids.ca or britt.mckinnon@sickkids.ca
Enrolment form available at the 1st class
Not Offered
   
 
CLINICAL PUBLIC HEALTH  (FCM, HPTE , Nutrition&Dietetics, WPC)
CHL5601H S
Appraising and Applying Evidence to Assist Clinical Decision-Making
Dates: Jan 8 to April 6
To enrol, contact: familymed.grad@utoronto.ca
 
Walter Rosser
Candice Holmes
Marybeth DeRocher
N/A
N/A
Online Course
CHL5603Y Y
Social and Political Science Issues in Family Medicine
1.0 Full-credit, one-year course;
enroll in Fall or Summer term
To enrol, contact: familymed.grad@utoronto.ca
Samantha Green
W
9 – 12n
DFCM 303
CHL5607H_Y 
&
CHL5608H Y
Teaching and Learning by the Health Professions A & B
Week 2: Feb 26-Mar 2, 2018
Enrol in Fall term only.
Abbas Ghavam-Rassoul
Judith Peranson
M to F
8 – 5pm
DFCM 303
CHL5613H S
Leading Improvement in the Quality of Health Care for Community Populations
To enrol, contact: familymed.grad@utoronto.ca 
Jeremy Rezmovitz
Patricia O’Brien
M/ F 9 – 12n
DFCM 303
CHL5614H S
Curriculum Foundations in Health Practitioner Field-Based Education
Dates: Jan 8, 15, 16; Feb 12, 13; Mar 12, 13
To enrol, contact: familymed.grad@utoronto.ca
Susan Glover-Takahashi
Erica Abner

 

M/T 9 – 4pm
DFCM 303
CHL5617H_S
Educational Technology for Health Practitioner Eudcation
To enrol, contact:
family.med.grad@utoronto.ca
Heather MacNeill
T
8:30am – 12n
DFCM 303
CHL5618H S
Family Medicine and Primary Care in the Global Health Context
Katherine Rouleau
Freida Chavez
w
1 – 5:30pm
263 McCaul St., Rm 320
CHL5623H S
Practical Management Concepts and Cases in Leading Small Health Organizations
To enrol, contact: familymed,grad@utoronto.ca
Not Offered
   
CHL5630Y Y
Wound Prevention and Care
1.0 full credit course, enroll in Fall term only.
Dates: June 1-4, 2018
Contact: m.eisenberg@utoronto.ca
Gary Sibbald
F to M
8 – 5pm
Michener Institute., 222 St. Patrick St. Auditorium
CHL5631H S
Tuberculosis Control and Public Health Foundations
Cancelled
     
CHL5651Y S
Foundations of Practice II
Contact:  pierrette.buklis@utoronto.ca
Tracie Burke
Daniella Bottoni
T to F
CHL7001H_S2
Directed Reading: Patient Related Health Care and Public Policy in Canada
Julia Alleyne
M/R
N/A
N/A
CHL7001H S7
Directed Reading: Faculty Development in the Health Professions I
Pre-requisites: CHL5607H & CHL5608H
To enrol, contact: familymed.grad@utoronto.ca
Karen Leslie
Jana Lazor
F
8:30-12n/
8:30-4:30
Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute,
209 Victoria Street.
GLOBAL HEALTH
CHL5117H S
A Global Perspective on the Health of Women and Children 
Not Offered
 
 
 
CHL5700H Y
Global Health
Priority to Year 1 Masters students in the CSGH.
Half-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term
Dates: Face-to-face Saturdays: Sep 16, Mar 31, 9am-1pm
Wednesday seminars: Oct 18; Nov 15; Jan 24; Feb 28; Mar 14
Andrea Cortinois
Max Smith
Sat

F

9 – 1pm

5 – 7pm

Online Course
CHL5701H Y1
Doctoral Seminar, Collaborative Specialization in Global Health
Restricted to PhD students in the CSGH.
Two-term half-credit course from Sept-April; enrol in Fall term only.
Erica Di Ruggiero
R
10 – 12n
FG 129
CHL5702H S
History of International Health
Anne-Emanuelle Birn
M
10 – 1pm
HS 618
CHL5707H S
Health – An Engine for the Journey of Peace
Restricted to PHS students or by permission of instructor: izzeldin.abuelaish@utoronto.ca.
Izzeldin Abuelaish
T
9 – 12n
FG 77
CHL7001H S6
Directed Reading: International Health Development
Enrolment form available at the 1st class
Shafi Bhuiyan
W
12n – 3pm
HS 789
LAW6006H S
Public Health Law in Canada: The Role    of the State, Law and Human Rights
This is a .75 credit course.  For enrolment, contact: Vannessa Sears at records.law@utoronto.ca
Tess Sheldon
M
10:30 – 12:20pm
Jackson Law Bldg.
78  Queen’s Pk. Lower Level,Room 130
OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
CHL5903H S
Environmental Health
Ray Copes
W
1 – 4pm
FG 77
CHL5911H S
Occupational and Environmental Hygiene II
Pre-requisite: CHL5910H
Paul Bozek
R
9 – 12n
GA 108 
CHL5915H S
Control of Occupational Hazards
Pre-requisite: CHL5910H
Andrea Sass-Kortsak
T
9:30pm – 12:30pm
GA 108
CHL5918H S
Biological Hazards in the Workplace and Community
James Scott
M
1 – 4pm
GA 108
CHL7002H_S1
Directed Reading: Protecting the Public from Air Pollution
Enrolment form available at the 1st class
 
Jeff Brooks
Jeremy Scott
R
1 – 4pm
GA
BIOETHICS
(restricted to students in the MHSc or Collaborative program in Bioethics)
CHL3001Y Y
Core Topics in Bioethics
Rosalind Abdool
Eoin Connolly
F
1-5pm
HS 776
CHL3002Y Y
Teaching Bioethics
Connie Williams
Ruby Shanker
R
8:15 – 12n
HS 614
CHL3003Y Y
Empirical Approaches in Bioethics
Nancy Ondrusek
Daniel Buchman
R
8:15 – 12n
HS 614
CHL3004Y Y
Ethics and Health Institutions
Sally Bean
Blair Henry
R
1 – 5pm HS 696
CHL3006Y Y
Writing in Bioethics
Michael Szego
David Langlois
F
1 – 5pm
HS 776
CHL3008Y Y
Applied Learning in Bioethics (Practicum)
Rosanna Macri
Frank Wagner
N/A
N/A N/A
CHL3052H S
Practical Bioethics (Capstone Course)
Susan MacRae
Karen Devon
F
8:15 – 12n
HS 715
HAD5771H S
Resources Allocation Ethics 
Jennifer Gibson
R
8:15 – 12n
FG 77
PHL2416Y Y
Topics in Bioethics
James Anderson
F
8:15 – 12n
HA 409
COLLABORATIVE PROGRAMS
PAS3701H S
Research Issues in Addictions
Robert Mann
Bruna Brands
Hayley Hamilton
M
2 – 4pm
SS 2111
UCS1000H S
Community Development
Restricted to students in the Community Development Collaborative Specialization 
David Hulchanski
T
6 – 9pm
SK 348
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)
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
40 St George Street
HA
Haultain Building
170 College St., (rear of)
BN
Benson Wing, Athletic Centre (AC)
320 Benson Street (TCard required for entry)
HS
Health Sciences Building
155 College Street
CAMH
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
33 Russell Street
MS
Medical Science Building
1 King’s College Circle
DFCM
Dept. of Family & Community Medicine
500 University Avenue
 
 
FG
Fitzgerald Building
150 College Street
OI
OISE Building
252 Bloor Street West
GA
Gage Building
223 College Street
RU
Rehabilitation Sciences Building
500 University Avenue
GB
Galbraith Building
35 St George St
SK
Faculty of Social Work Building
246 Bloor Street West
SS
Sidney Smith Building
100 St. George Street