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Introduction to environmental health jonathan m links phd johns hopkins university environmental health comprises those aspects of human health including quality of life that are determined by physical biological social and psychosocial factors in the environment it also refers to the theory and practice ofeh definitions 3 examples freedom from illness or injury related to exposure to toxic agents and other environmental conditions that are potentially detrimental to human health public health that protects against the effects of environmental hazards that can adversely affect health orintroduction to environmental health phsenvst 471 3 credits spring 2011 i course overview this course is designed to give the master of public health students graduate students and biologically advanced juniors and seniors a broad overview of environmental health as a public health discipline the course will be offered every spring introduction to environmental health a global perspective explores the fundamentals of environmental health giving students a solid grounding in current issues and controversies and enhancing understanding of the scientific data that drives these issues each chapter of the text begins with a concise review of a topic which is then expanded through real life readings most of which include this lecture belongs to lecture series on health almost all topics related to health are covered in this course key points in this lecture are introduction to environmental health fundamental terms role of environmental health systematic approach interdisciplinary roles environmental effects on health interdependent relations health effect interdependence population perspective of

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