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PH 607: Public Health Study USA

Health, Exercise Sci & Recreation Mgmt

Students will develop knowledge and skills in emerging public health research and trends as they attend featured general sessions and oral/poster research presentations. With over 1,000 unique sessions and learning activities, students can attend sessions in their specific content areas of interest (e.g., health equity, substance use, environmental health, nutrition, infectious disease). Students will have a chance to explore the Public Health Expo, where they can network and get information from hundreds of public health graduate programs, nonprofit organizations, and industry leaders. Student- centered conference activities and social events will allow for networking with peers and public health professionals, and students will also have the opportunity to explore Boston as this year’s host city.

3 Credits

Instruction Type(s)

  • Lecture: In-Country Program for PH 607

Subject Areas

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