The modules can be tailored to audiences by selecting exercises and learner assessments that are appropriate for the learners. The modules have been prepared and recorded by faculty and public health practitioners from various disciplines and backgrounds, including public health, medicine, law, sociology, and nursing. By approaching health topics from different perspectives, learners are provided a well-rounded view of practice in public health and possible career trajectories. The modules are not intended to be an exhaustive review of topics, but rather a first look at selected approaches used by researchers and practitioners to improve population health. The Public Health Learning Modules are a project of Temple University Department of Public Health and the APTR, made possible with support from the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
KeywordsPublic Health, Interprofessional, Population Health, Public Health Sciences, Community Health, Health Professions Education
Association for Prevention Teaching and Research
Jennifer Ibrahim, PhD, MPH, Temple University College of Health Professions and Social Work
Jessica Boyer, MSW, MPH, Temple University College of Health Professions and Social Work
Carter Blakey, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Rebecca Hines, MHS, National Center for Health Statistics
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