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Global Public Health as a Public Administration Ch..., August 2009

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Title Global Public Health as a Public Administration Challenge
Date 200908
Material Type Journal Article
Creator/Author Popejoy, Michael W., Profed
Publisher American Society of Public Administration
Copyright Copyright 2009 by American Society for Public Administration. This material is copyrighted, and any further reproduction or distribution is prohibited without the permission of the copyright owner.
Peer-reviewed Non peer-reviewed
Subject Pandemic disease; Global disease surveillance and control; Global health; Public health administration; Public administration; Medical policy; Health planning; Epidemics; Communicable diseases;
Description The article calls for a stronger cross walk between public administration and public health as both disciplines will be necessary to combat pandemic disease outbreaks both as a result of natural vectors and bioterrorism. Public health leaders and public administrators should be working closely together and those relationships can begin by linking certain courses in each discipline's academic programs and sponsoring section chairs in each discipline's professional associations such as the American Public Health Association and the American Society for Public Administration.
Source Popejoy, Michael W. "Global Public Health as a Public Administration Challenge" in PA Times, August 2009.
Language English
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