Savannah B Bailey

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Despite more than a decade of dialogue on the critical needs and challenges in public health workforce development, progress remains slow in implementing recommended actions. A life-long learning system for public health remains elusive. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry in collaboration(More)
This review provides strategies for the suppression, containment, and eventual eradication of resurgent tuberculosis. Some ethnic minority communities are at greatest risk because of the prevalence of human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, poverty and malnutrition, congregate living situations, aberrant lifestyles, illegal(More)
  • S B Bailey
  • 1993
"Doing things the same old way" can lead to complacency and eventually to a breakdown in the healthcare system. Such is the case with the deadly disease tuberculosis (TB). While TB was thought to be a disease of the past, the United States is experiencing an alarming rise in the incidence of the disease, especially among those least likely to get help or to(More)
BACKGROUND Metropolitan Nashville, Tennessee experienced a syphilis epidemic from 1996 to 1998. GOAL This study describes the syphilis epidemic during this period. DESIGN Descriptive analyses of syphilis surveillance data (1988-1998) were performed, with emphasis on the current epidemic (1996-1998), and were stratified by age, gender, race, and census(More)
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