This course provides students an opportunity to explore population health/mental health and social determinants of health from a primary care perspective. Students will also explore methods of identifying health trends in a population and how to develop pathways of care for the identified needs. Pathways are care delivery plans which assist with communication and efficiency of service delivery for a target population or sub-population. Pathways will often include the offering of group counseling or group psychoeducation options. Students will learn both the importance and challenge of pathway services in primary care settings. Fee: Additional fee required.