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Volume 130, Issue No. 2 March/April 2015
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ISSN 0033-3549

March/April 2015
Public Health Reports

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

Surgeon General's Perspectives: Update on the U.S. Public Health Resonse to the Ebola Outbreak
Boris D. Lushniak , MD, MPH, USPHS, RADM

Women’s Health: 30 Years of Progress in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Caira M. Woods, PhD / Bethany Applebaum, MPH, MA / Yvonne Green, RN, CNM, MSN / Deborah L. Kallgren, BS / Evelyn Kappeler, BA / U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Coordinating Committee on Women's Health

From the Schools and Programs of Public Health: Student Column: Using Academic Detailing to Improve Childhood Influenza Vaccination Rates in San Diego
Evelyn Ly, MPH / K. Michael Peddecord, DrPH / Wendy Wang / Kimberly Ralsotn, MPH / Mark H. Sawyer, MD

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