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Member Research and Reports

Work Experience with Community Response Teams May Boost Students' Job Options

A study by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public Health researchers finds that experience in applied public health may influence job choices for public health graduates. Findings of the study, led by Dr. Jennifer Horney, research assistant professor of epidemiology and manager of the research and evaluation unit at the Institute for Public Health, were published online August 16 in the Journal of Community Health.