Health and Lifetime Activities Class: Life, Society, and Drugs
Images of an instructor and his students in a classroom. The class is called Life, Society, and Drugs; it is part of SLCC's Health and Lifetime Activities program. The course catalog describes it as a "comprehensive study of the personal, social, health, political and economic effects of substance use and abuse," and says that it specifically covers to "the impact of alcohol and other drugs on the individual, family, and society" in America.
Classrooms, Lifetime Activities Center (Redwood Campus), Students, Teachers, Physical education, Health education, health sciences, Drug abuse, Narcotics, Alcoholism, addiction, Taylorsville Redwood Campus, health
This is a poster that was presented at the 2017 Science, Mathematics & Engineering (SME) Symposium at Salt Lake Community College. The presenter: Jazmin Hernandez a student at Salt Lake Community College. The project's goal was to examine how Heroin functions in the human body and to bring attention to the rapid increase of overdose deaths in the state of Utah.
addiction, Drug abuse, Opiates USE Narcotics, neurology, Emergency medical personnel