Public Health Learning – Purposeful, Progressive, Global by Design

@inproceedings{Albertine2014PublicHL,
  title={Public Health Learning – Purposeful, Progressive, Global by Design},
  author={Susan Albertine},
  booktitle={Front. Public Health},
  year={2014}
}
Over the past decade, we have witnessed expansive growth in numbers and diversity of undergraduate public health programs. Majors, minors, and certificates are proliferating across all institutional types. While no complete census of programs exists, a number of studies have noted the growth (1, 2) [see also the special issue of Am J Prev Med (2008) 35(3), on undergraduate public health education]. The popular press has picked up the story (3). Community colleges are now developing programs (4… CONTINUE READING
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