Category Archives: the field
Nice start to my Monday morning: The first email I see shares a new full-time job opportunity that could just be ideal for one of our CWU Public Health grads. As always, I’m reminded of the breadth of work settings … Continue reading
Think you owe something to public health? Go ahead and thank a public health person! November 21 is Public Health Thank You Day. Click here to learn a few reasons why we might want to recognize the work of public … Continue reading
Been out in the field for a year or two? Maybe even have a master’s? Enjoy working with children and families? Interested in a move to the Southwest? Take a look at the announcement for a Case Manager position in … Continue reading
How about a few words on political apathy and public health issues – straight from Georges Benjamin, the current Executive Director of APHA? Next up – a quick (3-minute) video on Healthier Washington, with key policymakers discussing an important pilot … Continue reading
Wow! Just received word about an excellent resource in the CDC Weekly Digest Bulletin email: the Prevention Status Reports for 2015. Take a look and consider how local public health folks – and public health students – might use these … Continue reading
The APHA just alerted its email subscribers to this well-written blog post encouraging undergraduate students to consider a career in governmental public health. Read it and get your “hmmm…. maybe!” juices flowing.
Click here to read about public health priorities for our new year, from the national perspective.
The afternoon has flown by, with several meetings with new majors, both in our population health specialization and pre-nursing. Very exciting! Now as I look out my office window and get ready to go home it certainly is starting to … Continue reading
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