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Schools of Public Health and their Role in Development  

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Schools of Public Health and their Role in Development

Abstract: Schools of public health have an important role in leadership for their local community, but also for the broader society.  They should train health workers, influence public policy, and do research, as well as collaborating with health workers in other places for both learning and teaching purposes.

Mataya, Ronald

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