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Master Of Public Health Competencies: A Case Study Approach

Master Of Public Health Competencies: A Case Study Approach

ISBN 9781284166323
Edition 1
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Publisher Cengage
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Overview
Section 1: Evidence-based Approaches to Public Health Chapter 1: Epidemiologic Methods Applied in Various Settings of Public Health Practice Chapter 2: Mixed Methods for Evaluating Alcohol Norms, Access and Behaviors among Youth in Chicago Heights, Illinois Chapter 3: Analysis of Three Interventions in Reducing Overweight Children Chapter 4: Designing Policy to Reduce Particulate Matter Air Concentrations in Cache County, Utah Section 2: Public Health and Health Care Systems Chapter 5: Comparing Organization Structure and Function of Health Care and Public Health Systems: The Q5C Model for Quality, Coverage, Cost, Choice, Coordination, and Context Chapter 6: Centering Wellness: Using Black Feminist literature as a public health pedagogical tool for personal healing, community health, and social justice Section 3: Planning and Management to Promote Health Chapter 7: Using Participatory Methods to Create a Community Action Plan for a Rural Community Coalition Chapter 8: Adapting an Evidence-Based, Sexual Risk Reduction Intervention to be More Inclusive of Trans and Cis Girls Chapter 9: Radon- The silent killer: Colorless, odorless, but forever present within us Chapter 10: Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Priority Setting and Resource Management Process Chapter 11: Evaluating a Multi-site Campus-based Sexual Assault Prevention Intervention Section 4: Policy in Public Health Chapter 12: Developing primary laws and secondary regulations for food safety: The case of FSMA and its attendant rules Chapter 13: Within 'REACH': Community-Campus Partnership to support Research, Education, and Community Health Chapter 14: Photovoice as a Tool for Change: Engaging the community in public health advocacy Chapter 15: Health Equity in the Aftermath of A Natural Disaster Section 5: Leadership Chapter 16: Guiding Collaboration Between County Health Department Directors to Formulate Realistic Response Plans in the Event of Mosquito-Borne Zika Outbreaks Chapter 17: Flint Water Case Study: Negotiation and Mediation Section 6: Communication Chapter 18: Interagency Communication and Public Information During Disasters and Emergencies Chapter 19: Get Fit for Health: Using Service Learning to Teach Students How to Address Physical Activity and Health Eating among African American Congregants Chapter 20: Cultural Competence in Health Care Delivery among Immigrant Populations in the United States: Identifying and Addressing the Challenges Section 7: Interprofessional Practice and Systems Thinking Chapter 21: Oral Rapid HIV Testing in University-Based Dental Clinics in Metro New York City Chapter 22: A Coordinated, Multi-sectoral Response to the Opioid Crisis in a High Overdose Region
Overview
Section 1: Evidence-based Approaches to Public Health Chapter 1: Epidemiologic Methods Applied in Various Settings of Public Health Practice Chapter 2: Mixed Methods for Evaluating Alcohol Norms, Access and Behaviors among Youth in Chicago Heights, Illinois Chapter 3: Analysis of Three Interventions in Reducing Overweight Children Chapter 4: Designing Policy to Reduce Particulate Matter Air Concentrations in Cache County, Utah Section 2: Public Health and Health Care Systems Chapter 5: Comparing Organization Structure and Function of Health Care and Public Health Systems: The Q5C Model for Quality, Coverage, Cost, Choice, Coordination, and Context Chapter 6: Centering Wellness: Using Black Feminist literature as a public health pedagogical tool for personal healing, community health, and social justice Section 3: Planning and Management to Promote Health Chapter 7: Using Participatory Methods to Create a Community Action Plan for a Rural Community Coalition Chapter 8: Adapting an Evidence-Based, Sexual Risk Reduction Intervention to be More Inclusive of Trans and Cis Girls Chapter 9: Radon- The silent killer: Colorless, odorless, but forever present within us Chapter 10: Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Priority Setting and Resource Management Process Chapter 11: Evaluating a Multi-site Campus-based Sexual Assault Prevention Intervention Section 4: Policy in Public Health Chapter 12: Developing primary laws and secondary regulations for food safety: The case of FSMA and its attendant rules Chapter 13: Within 'REACH': Community-Campus Partnership to support Research, Education, and Community Health Chapter 14: Photovoice as a Tool for Change: Engaging the community in public health advocacy Chapter 15: Health Equity in the Aftermath of A Natural Disaster Section 5: Leadership Chapter 16: Guiding Collaboration Between County Health Department Directors to Formulate Realistic Response Plans in the Event of Mosquito-Borne Zika Outbreaks Chapter 17: Flint Water Case Study: Negotiation and Mediation Section 6: Communication Chapter 18: Interagency Communication and Public Information During Disasters and Emergencies Chapter 19: Get Fit for Health: Using Service Learning to Teach Students How to Address Physical Activity and Health Eating among African American Congregants Chapter 20: Cultural Competence in Health Care Delivery among Immigrant Populations in the United States: Identifying and Addressing the Challenges Section 7: Interprofessional Practice and Systems Thinking Chapter 21: Oral Rapid HIV Testing in University-Based Dental Clinics in Metro New York City Chapter 22: A Coordinated, Multi-sectoral Response to the Opioid Crisis in a High Overdose Region

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