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What Public-Health Students Can Learn in the Real World
published in Governing by NJPHA Board Member Dr. James W. Brown published February 2, 2015
The most effective academic programs give tomorrow's public-health workers the chance to experience these vital services firsthand.
http://www.governing.com/gov-institute/voices/col-publich-health-students-importance-experiential-learning.html
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Presented by Dr. Jim Brown “Engaging Students in Community Public Health Activities Though an Online Course.” 2015 International Teaching and Learning Conference. Provo, Utah. Jan 21, 2015.

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