Public health workforce taxonomy.

@article{Boulton2014PublicHW,
  title={Public health workforce taxonomy.},
  author={Matthew L. Boulton and Angela J Beck and F{\'a}tima Coronado and Jacqueline A. Merrill and Charles P. Friedman and George Stamas and Nadra Tyus and Katie Sellers and Jean Moore and Hugh H. Tilson and Carolyn J. Leep},
  journal={American journal of preventive medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={47 5 Suppl 3},
  pages={
          S314-23
        }
}
Thoroughly characterizing and continuously monitoring the public health workforce is necessary for ensuring capacity to deliver public health services. A prerequisite for this is to develop a standardized methodology for classifying public health workers, permitting valid comparisons across agencies and over time, which does not exist for the public health workforce. An expert working group, all of whom are authors on this paper, was convened during 2012-2014 to develop a public health… CONTINUE READING

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