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Volume 130, Issue No. 5 September/October 2015
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September/October 2015
Public Health Reports

A Message from the Editor
Frederic E. Shaw, MD, JD

Surgeon General's Perspectives: Making Communities Walkable for Older Adults
Vivek H. Murthy, MD, MBA

Bottleneck or Magnifying Glass? Monitoring the Health-Care System’s Vital Signs through Emergency Departments
Kori Sauser, MD, MSc / Katherine Diaz Vickery, MD, MSc / Matthew M. Davis, MD, MAPP

Trends and Differences Among Three New Indicators of HIV Infection Progression
Qian An, PhD / Ruiguang Song, PhD / Angela Hernandez, MD / H. Irene Hall, PhD

From the Schools and Programs of Public Health: A Model for Development and Delivery of a Graduate Course in Transdisciplinary Research
Silje E. Reme, PhD / Alberto J. Caban-Martinez, PhD / Justin Young, PhD / Anna Arlinghaus, PhD / Garry Gray, PhD

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