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Volume 129, Issue No. 2 March/April 2014
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A Message from the Editor
Mary Beth Bigley, DrPH, MSN, ANP

Surgeon General’s Perspectives: C. Everett Koop and the National HIV/AIDS Strategy
Boris D. Lushniak , MD, MPH, RADM

Recommendations from the National Vaccine Advisory Committee: Standards for Adult Immunization Practice
National Vaccine Advisory Committee

From the Schools and Programs of Public Health, On Academics: Incorporating Global Health Competencies into the Public Health Curriculum
Kate Winskell, PhD / Dabney Evans, PhD, MPH / Rob Stephenson, PhD / Carlos Del Rio, MD, FIDSA / James W. Curran, MD, MPH

From the Schools and Programs of Public Health, Student Column: Demographic Disparities in the Tobacco Retail Environment in Boston: A Citywide Spatial Analysis
Dustin T. Duncan, ScD / Ichiro Kawachi, MD, PhD / Steven J. Melly, MS / Jeffery Blossom, MA / Glorian Sorensen, PhD, MPH / David R. Williams, PhD, MPH

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Curricular Innovation and the Science of Public Health Education: A Call to Action 1
Kathleen R. Miner / Donna L. Richter  
Professional Development for Prospective Epidemiology Teachers in Grades 6-12 5
Mark A. Kaelin / Wendy W. Huebner / Ralph L. Cordell / Brian Szklarczuk  
Articulation of Undergraduate and Graduate Education in Public Health 12
Joel M. Lee  
Education for the Public Health Profession: A New Look at the Roemer Proposal 18
Kristine M. Gebbie / Margaret A. Potter / Beth Quill / Hugh Tilson  
Professionalism and Ethics in the Public Health Curriculum 27
Jacquelyn Slomka / Beth Quill / Mary DesVignes-Kendrick / Linda E. Lloyd , MS  
Partnering to Meet Training Needs: A Communicable-Disease Continuing Education Course for Public Health Nurses in North Carolina 36
Kathy Dail / Jennifer A. Horney , PhD, MA, MPH / Mary V. Davis / John W. Wallace / Jean-Marie Maillard Pia M. MacDonald , PhD, MPH /  
Service Learning Within the University of Connecticut Master of Public Health Program 44
David I. Gregorio / Laurie M. DeChello / Joan Segal  
Lifelong Learning for Public Health Practice Educaiton: A Model Curriculum for Bioterrorism and Emergency Readiness 53
Debra K. Olson , DNP, MPH, FAAOH / Mary Hoeppner , EdD, MS / Susan Larson , MPH, RN / Anne Ehrenberg / Agnes T. Leitheiser  
Practice-Based Teaching for Health Policy Action and Advocacy 65
Shelley A. Hearne  
Public Health and Social Work: Training Dual Professionals for the Contemporary Workplace 71
Betty J. Ruth / Sarah Sisco / Jamie Wyatt / Christina Bethke / Sara S. Bachman / Tinka Markham Piper  
Using a Web-Based Simulation as a Problem-Based Learning Experience: Perceived and Actual Performance of Undergraduate Public Health Students 78
Elio F. Spinello / Ronald Fischbach  
ASPH/Pfizer Public Health Academy of Distinguished Teachers 2008 Forum 85
 
 

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