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IPEC’s 10-Year Anniversary

In celebrating IPEC's 10-year anniversary this week, ASPPH continues to promote and foster interprofessional learning experiences, across the health and partner professions, for collaborative practice.

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Public Health Reports: Social Determinants of Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Uptake: An Assessment of Publicly Available Data

In a recent article in Public Health Reports, Dr. Sarah B. Maness of University of Oklahoma and Dr. Erika L. Thompson of University of North Texas Health Science Center used the Healthy People 2020 social determinants of health framework to determine the availability and characteristics of data on economic, educational, social, health care, and community factors affecting HPV vaccine uptake in the US.

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Public Health Reports: Improving an Administrative Case Definition for Longitudinal Surveillance of Sickle Cell Disease

In a recent article in Public Health Reports, Dr. Angela B. Snyder and Ms. Mei Zhou of Georgia State University, Mr. Rodney Theodore of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Drs. Maa-Ohui Quarmyne and Peter A. Lane of Emory University School of Medicine & Sickle Cell Disease Program, and Dr. James Eckman of Emory University School of Medicine sought to improve an administrative case definition for sickle cell disease (SCD) to aid in longitudinal surveillance.

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