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Advances in HIV/AIDS Prevention

HIV/AIDS is recognized as a chronic disease, and while treatments have improved, prevention of the disease remains a critical public health issue. In 2012, a medication was approved for use.

The Truth Behind Latino Health Disparities

Significant health disparities exist within the Latino population, which is why the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services has launched the Avance Center for the Advancement of Immigrant/Refugee Health.

Top Medical Blogs for Public Health

The lines between public health and traditional medicine often blur as the two fields focus on common themes of health disparity identification, prevention and education.

Medical Doctors Turned Public Health Professionals

For many physicians, a Master of Public Health (MPH) is the gateway to advancing into a career in public health education, research and preventative medicine. To better understand how an MPH can help you, peruse these profiles of medical doctors who have made the transition:

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Doctor Specialties in Public Health

Most schools of public health offer several specializations within their Master of Public Health (MPH) program that allow students to concentrate on an area that reflects their interests and professional …

Turning Research into Practice by Earning an MPH

The public health field offers career opportunities that may appeal to researchers of disparate professional and academic backgrounds. Researchers who are interested in public health can make important contributions in …

Developing Relationships in Virtual Teams

Due to advances in technology, a growing number of people are telecommuting to work and school. According to the Telework Research Network, the number of telecommuting workers in the United States will rise to 5 million by 2016. This represents an increase of nearly 70 percent since 2011...