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Special Issue: Understanding Global Public Health

Special Issue:

Understanding Global Public Health

The Coronavirus pandemic has moved public health into the spotlight on an unprecedented scale. Preventing disease requires organized efforts and evidence-based policy options. Analyzing the threats to the health of a population is a difficult challenge which needs multidisciplinary input and careful consideration of the facts.

Self-Reported Barriers to Healthcare and Interpreter Preferences for Patients with Limited-English-Proficiency in an Urban Emergency Department

Nivedita Poola, MD, Rashmi Koul, Shreya Sharma, Angie Ng, MSW, Elana Hayasaka, MD, Christina P.C. Borba, PhD, MPH, Suzanne Sarfaty, MD, Kathleen Flinton, MSW, LICSW, Nicolette Oleng, MD, Sondra Crosby, MD, Linda Piwowarczyk, MD, Senait Ghebrehiwet, MPH, Gabrielle A Jacquet, MD, MPH

Experience with Burn Prevention Program in North Eastern India

Bhupendra Prasad Sarma, Kabita S Choudhury, Dipak Sarma

The Benefits and Challenges of Interprofessional Training Programs Implemented to Increase Access to Primary Care for Medicaid Enrollees

Cynthia J. Sieck, PhD, MPH, Megan E. Gregory, PhD, Sarah R. MacEwan, PhD, Lindsey N. Sova, MPH, Jaclyn Volney, MPH, Kristen Rundell, MD, Ann Scheck McAlearney, ScD, MS

A New Model for Predicting Infectious Disease Outbreaks

Peter Demitry,, MD, MPH, Darren McKnight, PhD, Erin Dale, MS, Elizabeth Bartlett, BS

Public Perception of Primary Care Providers with Dual Degrees

Hunter Ragan, Trenton Grimm, Christopher M Herndon