Posted on April 8, 2016
What comes to mind when you think of jobs in Public Health? In today's post celebrating National Public Health Week, that's exactly what we want to talk about. What sort of different jobs are there? How do I even go about getting a job in the field?
Well today is your lucky day!
There are so many career options for someone with a degree in public health. In fact- according to Beth Seltzer, MD, MPH, author of 101...
Posted on April 6, 2016
In our post on Monday, we mentioned one of the ways we can become a healthier nation by 2030 is by having healthier communities. We thought we would take the opportunity today to introduce you to an organization that really embodies the spirit of public health week. In a community with high poverty, unemployment, and obesity rates, Harlem Grown is an organization...
Posted on April 5, 2016
In our continuing observance of National Public Health Week, we wanted to highlight some of our fantastic titles in Public Health. There are so many wonderful books in the program, it was hard to narrow this list down. This is merely a sampling of the titles we have, so make sure to head over to the Public Health section after you read this post to see what else our authors have written!
Posted on April 1, 2016
Every year during the first week of April, The American Public Health Association brings communities together to observe National Public Health Week, and Springer Publishing Company is proud to observe as well. Since 1995, NPHW was designed as time to recognize the contributions of public health and to highlight issues that are important to improving the public’s health each year. The theme for this year is "Healthiest Nation 2030"- how we can make the United States a healthier nation in one...
Posted on April 10, 2015
April 6-12 is National Public Health Week. In honor of Friday's theme of "Building on 20 Years of Success" and the week's overall theme of Healthiest Nation 2030, we present this list, adapted from Chapter 2 of Introduction to Public Health, Second Edition, by Raymond L....