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If you’re willing to understand the significant role and responsibility that public health performs in achieving local and global food security, then you’ve come to the right place.

The [course_title] provides a deep understanding of the complicated and challenging public health issue of food security. You’ll be introduced to the system of food production through basic operation techniques. Additionally, figure out the links among diet, the modern food and food animal production methods, the environment and public health, considering factors such as economics, population, society and equity.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Open Culture

Course Curriculum

Lecture 1- Diet, Food Production, Public Health and the Environment (Lawrence) A 00:15:00
Lecture 1- Diet, Food Production, Public Health and the Environment (Lawrence) B 00:15:00
Lecture 1- Diet, Food Production, Public Health and the Environment (Lawrence) C 00:15:00
Lecture 1- Diet, Food Production, Public Health and the Environment (Lawrence) D 00:15:00
Lecture 1- Diet, Food Production, Public Health and the Environment (Lawrence) E 00:15:00
Lecture 2-A Brief Introduction to Food Security and Food Systems (Walker) A 00:25:00
Lecture 2-A Brief Introduction to Food Security and Food Systems (Walker) 2B 00:20:00
Lecture 3- Ingredients of the Food System (Kim) A 00:15:00
Lecture 3- Ingredients of the Food System (Kim) B 00:15:00
Lecture 3- Ingredients of the Food System (Kim) 3C 00:15:00
Lecture 3- Ingredients of the Food System (Kim)3D 00:15:00
Lecture 5- What Does Agriculture Have to do with Public Health (Kirschenmann) A 00:20:00
Lecture 5- What Does Agriculture Have to do with Public Health (Kirschenmann) B 00:15:00
Lecture 6- Public Health Considerations IFAP Model (Nachman) 6A 00:15:00
Lecture 6- Public Health Considerations IFAP Model (Nachman) B 00:15:00
Lecture 6- Public Health Considerations IFAP Model (Nachman) C 00:15:00
Lecture 6- Public Health Considerations IFAP Model (Nachman) D 00:15:00
Lecture 6- Public Health Considerations IFAP Model (Nachman) E 00:15:00
Lecture 7- Swine farming and MRSA (Smith) A 00:15:00
Lecture 7- Swine farming and MRSA (Smith) B 00:15:00
Lecture 7- Swine farming and MRSA (Smith) C 00:15:00
Lecture 7- Swine farming and MRSA (Smith) D 00:15:00
Lecture 11- Closing the Food Gap- Historical Review and Future Perspectives (Winne) A 00:15:00
Lecture 11- Closing the Food Gap- Historical Review and Future Perspectives (Winne) B 00:15:00
Lecture 12- U.S. Food and Farm Policy- Where is Health- (Neff) A 00:20:00
Lecture 12- U.S. Food and Farm Policy- Where is Health- (Neff) B 00:30:00
Lecture 12- U.S. Food and Farm Policy- Where is Health- (Neff) C 00:20:00
Lecture 13- Agriculture, Economic Principles and Rural Communities (Weida) A 00:15:00
Lecture 13- Agriculture, Economic Principles and Rural Communities (Weida) B 00:20:00
Lecture 14- From Farmer to Advocate (Spence) A 00:20:00
Lecture 16- A Vision for Sustainable Agriculture (Heller) A 00:25:00
Lecture 16- A Vision for Sustainable Agriculture (Heller) B 00:15:00
Lecture 16- A Vision for Sustainable Agriculture (Heller) C 00:15:00
Lecture 17- Moving Towards a Better Food System- Toronto’s Food Policy (Roberts) A 00:15:00
Lecture 17- Moving Towards a Better Food System- Toronto’s Food Policy (Roberts) B 00:15:00
Lecture 17- Moving Towards a Better Food System- Toronto’s Food Policy (Roberts) C 00:15:00
Lecture 17- Moving Towards a Better Food System- Toronto’s Food Policy (Roberts) D 00:15:00
Lecture 18- Growing Local, Sustainable Food Systems- The Local Food Plus Approach (Stahlbrand) A 00:15:00
Lecture 18- Growing Local, Sustainable Food Systems- The Local Food Plus Approach (Stahlbrand) B 00:15:00
Lecture 19- Advocacy for Better Health and a Smaller Footprint- The MM Campaign (Lerner) A 00:15:00
Lecture 19- Advocacy for Better Health and a Smaller Footprint- The MM Campaign (Lerner) B 00:20:00
Lecture 19- Advocacy for Better Health and a Smaller Footprint- The MM Campaign (Lerner) Ci 00:15:00
Lecture 20- Concluding Commentaries- Opportunities for Public Health (All Speakers) A 00:30:00
Eating is a Moral Act (Andrews) A 00:15:00
Eating is a Moral Act (Andrews) B 00:20:00
Eating is a Moral Act (Andrews) C 00:20:00
Cultural and Historical Roots of Food Choices (Mintz) A 00:20:00
Cultural and Historical Roots of Food Choices (Mintz) B 00:15:00
The Future of Agriculture – Part 1 and 2 (Kirschenmann) Part A 00:11:00
The Future of Agriculture – Part 1 and 2 (Kirschenmann) Part B 00:05:00
Water and Air Quality around CAFOs (Chapin-Sapkota) A 00:15:00
Organizing for Justice- The Delmarva Poultry Justice Alliance (Morison) A 00:30:00
Organizing for Justice- The Delmarva Poultry Justice Alliance (Morison) B 00:15:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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