The May- June issue of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice continues to report on the latest developments in our field. Beginning with an editorial from Sava and colleagues from the University of New Mexico providing an example of the integration of primary care and public health, a focus of a recent Institute of Medicine Report, the issue includes a range of articles on promoting practice in academic public health, pandemic flu, preparedness, surveillance updates and preparedness competencies. As the Journal begins its twentieth year of publication in January of 2014, issues are planned on transforming public health practice through accreditation, dynamics of preparedness, public health interventions to reduce sodium intake, academic health departments, and policy research and active living. We will continue to emphasize and provide examples of progress and innovation in community health improvement efforts.
Lloyd F. Novick, MD, MPH
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has provided complimentary access to the July/August 2012 issue of JPHMP focusing on Public Health Funding. Take advantage of that content and share it with your colleagues through the 'E-mail to Colleague' feature.
The NC Center for Public Health Quality, NC Institute for Public Health, NC State University Industrial Extension Service, and NC Public Health Foundation have provided complimentary access to the January/February 2012 issue of JPHMP focusing on Quality Improvement in Public Health. Take advantage of that content and share it with your colleagues through the 'E-mail to Colleague' feature.
The September/October 2010 HEALTHY HOMES E-Supplement was funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Coordinating Center for Environmental Health and Injury Prevention. Enjoy this full length E-Supplement and share it with your colleagues through the 'E-mail to Colleague' feature.