Examines the impact of social, economic, scientific, and political issues on women's mental and physical health. Particularly recommended for students contemplating careers in medicine, counseling, social work, or public health. Includes structural analysis, advocacy, and ethical implications, as well as gender, race, class, and sexuality. Prerequisites: WMST 101 or WMST 113. 3 credits. Enrollment Requirements: WMST 101 or WMST 113.