Public Health: Career Choices That Make a Difference
Public Health: Career Choices That Make a Difference is the first book about public health workers, both current and future, and what they do. This book offers basic information for those considering a career in public health. This innovative title emphasizes key aspects of the work of different public health occupations and titles in order to provide an understanding of the tasks of public health jobs and careers.
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Appendix CAssociation of Schools
Appendix EPublic Health Training
Accessed August 2005 behavioral biostatisticians biostatistics bioterrorism career Center for Health chapter clinical communicable disease community health competencies coordinators core credentials degree disease investigators emergency response employees environmental engineering epidemiologists essential public health evaluation experience foodborne illness governmental agencies governmental public health health department Health Officials Health Policy health problems Health Workforce Enumeration HRSA ical implementation lic health LPHAs master's degree mental health MPH Program number of public nutritionists occupational health perform planning population positions prevention Proficient Proficient Proficient promotion public health administrators public health agencies public health education public health nurse public health occupations public health practice public health programs public health services public health workers public health workforce registered nurses School of Public skills social sources specific staff standard occupational categories substance abuse technical technicians tion titles West Nile virus Workforce Enumeration 2000