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Improving Collaboration-Communities, Health Departments, and Schools and Programs in Public Health: An Academic Perspective

Lee, Joel M. DrPH, CPH; Caine, Virginia A. MD; McElligott, John E. MPH, CPH

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice: July/August 2011 - Volume 17 - Issue 4 - p 296–297
doi: 10.1097/PHH.0b013e31822069a1
Editorial

University of Georgia College of Public Health, Athens (Dr Lee); Marion County Public Health Department, Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis, Indiana (Dr Caine); and Association of Schools of Public Health, Washington, District of Columbia (Mr McElligott).

Correspondence: Joel M. Lee, DrPH, CPH, University of Georgia College of Public Health, 122B Coverdell Center, 500 DW Brooks Drive, Athens, GA 30602 (joellee@uga.edu).

The Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, and the Editor-in-Chief Lloyd Novick, graciously agreed to host this special issue called, “Teaching and Learning in the Community.” The authors thank Dr Novick and his staff for their support, advice, and technical expertise. They also thank ASPH (Association of Schools of Public Health), Pfizer, and the members of the Public Health Academy of Distinguished Teachers, along with Elizabeth Weist of ASPH, who played a key role in initiating this project for their support of linkages between academic public health and communities. Finally, they thank their colleagues who submitted their work for peer review, and the volunteer reviewers who maintained the journal's high standards of excellence.

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