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    Webinar: The Health of Women - Going Beyond Reproductive Health

    Global Health 101, Fourth Edition: Strengthening the Foundation - Working from the Goals of a Health System "Backwards"

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    Global Health 101, Fourth Edition:  Making the Most of the Ancillary Materials

    Webinar: Heat Waves, Opioids, and Outbreaks:  Using Case Studies to Teach Timely Topics

    Global Health 101, Fourth Edition:  Making the Most of the New Edition

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    Infant Mortality and Black Women Flipped Assignment

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    Webinar: Integrating a Public Health Approach into your Health and Wellness Course

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    Community Colleges & Public Health: What is Public Health and How to be Part of It?

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    Health Systems Thinking: The Time is Now

    From the Desk of Mike Brown, Publisher

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    Global Health and the SDGs: Communicating Public Health Successes

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    50 Countries Later, Global Lessons for Improving America’s Health

    Health Care Management Internships, Capstones, and Working Adults

    Why It's Important to Study Health Behavior in the Context of the "New" Public Health

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    Webinar: 2018 Update on Undergraduate Public Health

    Honoring our Women Authors in Public Health

    Working in Global Health: Lessons They Don’t Always Tell You

    Feb. 28 Webinar: The UN Sustainable Development Goals

    Jones & Bartlett Learning Author Richard Riegelman Recognized for Distinguished Service to Academic Public Health

    4-Star Review for Introduction to Health Behavior Theory, Third Edition

    Informational Interviewing: a 2-Part Student Assignment with Rubric

    The Problem with Financial Education

    Student Exercises that Revive the Art of Interviewing

    The New SDGs: The Key to Global Peace and Economic Prosperity?

    Intersectoral Approaches to Global Health: A Webinar Follow Up

    4 Strategies to Keep Your Students Engaged All Semester Long

    Donna K. Hammaker and Thomas M. Knadig to Speak at Special Breakfast

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    5 Assignments to Address Gun Violence as a Public Health Epidemic

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