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Population Health, Epidemiology, and Public Health: Management Skills for Creating Healthy Communities, 2nd Edition
ISBN: 978-1-64055-292-0, 386 pages, Soft Cover
ISBN-10: 1-64055-292-8
Copyright: 2022
Edition: 2nd
Author: Caron, Rosemary M., PhD, MPH
Specialties: Epidemiology , Public Health , Community Health
Publisher: Health Administration Press
Imprint: AUPHA/HAP
List Price: $90.00
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COVID-19 triggered broad discussions of population health, epidemiology, and public health, not only in academic communities but also in society at large. Although masks, social distancing, and vaccines helped curb its spread, the novel coronavirus will clearly not be the last infectious disease that tests our preparedness. Healthcare professionals must continue to collaborate and implement new strategies to mitigate future crises.

Population Health, Epidemiology, and Public Health: Management Skills for Creating Healthy Communities presents the principles and tools that administrators and practitioners need to monitor, assess, and manage the health of populations in challenging times. Although public health catastrophes can and will change over time, the key concepts and evidence-based lessons detailed in this book are both timeless and essential.

New content in this edition includes:

  • Current public health initiatives, including Healthy People 2030
  • Discussions on ethical conduct in research
  • Up-to-date epidemiological case studies on Salmonella, Zika virus, measles, and COVID-19
  • Approaches to population health, such as community health needs assessments and Health in All Policies
  • Exercises that draw on data sources

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