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HUMBIO 128U: Upstreaming Health (DESINST 258U)

Good health doesn't begin the minute someone walks into a doctor's office. If we want everyday life to become healthier by default, we need to shift our interventions from downstream to upstream, from healthcare to the places where we live, learn, work, and play. Upstreaming health means making a deliberate effort to create patterns of everyday life that keep people well - physically, emotionally, financially, and socially. nnIn Upstreaming Health, we will explore systems that influence health, integrating concepts from public health, systems thinking, and design justice and use tools from product and policy design to answer the question: How might we upstream health for all people? Through three projects, students will prototype possibilities for upstreaming health for themselves, the Stanford community, and population as a whole, using food as a lens for designing systemic change.nnThis course is open to students from a diversity of backgrounds, experiences, and disciplines.
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