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Problem Solving in Public Health

Learn how to address public health problems with a systematic approach, including:

  • How to frame the problem.
  • Identifying appropriate public health indicators.
  • Choosing key determinants.
  • Analyzing and choosing the best intervention.
  • Basics of implementation and evaluation.

Participants will have an opportunity to apply this problem-solving model to public health problems that they confront in their day-to-day practice.



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