The People, Power, and Pride of Public Health provides an engaging overview of the incredible accomplishments and promise of the public health field. The first module includes interviews with legendary public health figures whose work led to millions of lives saved with vaccines, air bags and car seats, and the federal Women Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition program. The second module brings key public health tools to life -- including use of data, communications, and policy - through discussions with experienced professionals who have used these tools to save lives. The third module includes a "Carpool Karaoke"-style trip through Baltimore County, Maryland with NACCHO President Dr. Umair Shah to see and hear real public health workers talking about how they serve their communities.
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The mission of The Johns Hopkins University is to educate its students and cultivate their capacity for life-long learning, to foster independent and original research, and to bring the benefits of discovery to the world.
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The short course explains well what constitutes public health and how it has so many aspects and people of diverse fields working for the well being of the public.
This course is an amazing for me learning a lots from this course. I will help me to work in public health for our community.
Quick and easy course, but informative and everyone in the videos provide a good explanation of what they do as well as display a passion for their service.
Great course, very informative regarding Public Health workers. They handle a tremendous scope of responsibilities to keep us safe and in good health
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