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GPH 714, Week 2 Notes

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GPH 714, Week 2 Notes GPH 714

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1. Describe the differences as well as linkages between public health and medicine/healthcare 2. Summarize the infrastructure through which public health is administered at federal, state, and loc...
Principles of Public Health
Jennifer Gunderman
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Danielle Kraack on Thursday August 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to GPH 714 at University of New England taught by Jennifer Gunderman in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Principles of Public Health in Master of Public Health at University of New England.


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Date Created: 08/25/16
Week 2 Learning Outcomes: ● Describe the differences as well as linkages between public health and medicine/healthcare. o The difference is in the approach. The Medical Model looks at the individual; The Public Health Model looks at the community and the bigger picture. ▪ WHY are people falling down the hill, do we need to put up a fence? ● Summarize the infrastructure through which public health is administered at federal, state, and local levels. o All three levels have PH responsibilities. ▪ Federal responsibilities lie in funding and emergency response. ● CDC, NIH, FDA ▪ States have the most responsibility. ● They define the responsibilities of the local health departments ● Coordination between local agencies ● Laboratory services ● Licensing and certifications of medical professionals and facilities ▪ Local health departments manage health codes and day to day responsibilities ● Collecting health statistics ● Medical care for the poor ● Learn and apply essential elements of writing research papers at a graduate level.


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