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Public Health: WELCOME TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH RESEARCH GUIDE!
This Research Guide will help MPH students find the resources they need for their classes, papers, projects, and capstone.
Welcome to the Public Health Research Guide at TUC!
Here you will find helpful information for your research needs, including your how to write papers and capstones. Take some time to browse through the blue tabs above to see all of the helpful resources we have for you.
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ASPPH represents 40 schools of public health in North America and Puerto Rico. The association supports the efforts of schools of public health to advance the health of everyone through education, research and policy.
Th Carter Center in an NGO helping to improve the lives of people in more than 80 countries, with a focus on advancing democracy and human rights, resolving conflicts, preventing diseases, and improving mental health care.
CDC works 24/7 to protect America from health, safety and security threats, both foreign and in the U.S. Whether diseases start at home or abroad, are chronic or acute, curable or preventable, human error or deliberate attack, CDC fights disease and supports communities and citizens to do the same. - from the CDC website "Mission, Role and Pledge" page
NACCHO is the national organization representing local health departments (LHDs). It provides resources, tools, and assistance to LHDs in Community Health, Environmental Health and Public Health Preparedness and much more.
PBRN works closely with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to expand the production and application of scientific evidence about how best to organize, finance, and deliver public health strategies that improve population health. Housed at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Ky., the Coordinating Center conducts activities within four specific cores: Extramural Research, Intramural Research and Methodology, Stakeholder Engagement and Translation, and Administration. - from the "About Us" page on the PBRN website.
The Network for Public Health Law provides visionary leadership in the use of law to protect, promote and improve health and health equity. We provide non-partisan legal technical assistance and resources, collaborating with a broad set of partners across sectors to expand and enhance the use of practical legal and policy solutions. - from the Network for Public Health Law homepage.
PHF has developed effective resources, tools, information, and training for health agencies, organizations, and individuals to help improve performance and community health outcomes. PHF works extensively to convene stakeholders, identify unmet needs, and link academia, public health practice, and healthcare sectors. - from the PHF website "About Us" page
A resource hub for advancing state-level health through policy and innovation. State Network consolidates timely, high-quality resources on state health policy for busy policymakers and researchers.
Supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
WFPHA is the only worldwide professional society representing and serving the broad field of public health internationally to make a difference in the health of the people in todays’ globalised world. - From the about page of the WFPHA website
Dedicated to the well-being of all people and guided by science, the World Health Organization leads and champions global efforts to give everyone, everywhere an equal chance to live a healthy life. - from the WHO website "About WHO" page.
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An APHA publication
The Nation's Health focuses on the news that public health professionals need to know, whether it's happening in their state legislatures, the nation's capital or on a global scale. - from the "About" page on the website
This AHA Special Primary Interest Group (SPIG) focuses on the connections between humans, animals, and the environment through the One Health concept. One Health promotes a framework for the holistic understanding of factors impacting our increasingly connected world.
This links takes you to the APHA webpage that has all of their facts sheets. Find information on topics such as environmental health, health equity, climate change, public health law, violence prevention, and more. All PDFs are downloadable.