101+ careers in public health

By Beth Seltzer, MD, MPH

This book provides a forum for discussion relating to the intersection of projective processes and cognitive neuroscience, offering a neuroscientific perspective on the roles and responsibilities of designers and artists, with relation to the products they design. -- Provided by publisher
Added January 11, 2017

In just the past few years, interest in public health careers has soared. Public health degrees are more popular than ever - but what opportunities are out there once you've earned that MPH? And do you have to have a degree in public health to break into this field? This updated and revised second edition of 101+ Careers in Public Health provides an extensive overview of the numerous and diverse career options available and the many different roads to achieving them. It includes both familiar public health careers and emerging opportunities. New to the second edition are public health careers in the military, public health and aging, and careers in cutting-edge areas such as nanotechnology and public health genetics. Readers will learn about modern approaches to public health programs, including the evolving study of implementation science and the increased role of community participatory research. –from library catalog

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