The totality of all evidence-based public and private efforts that preserve and promote health and prevent disease, disability and death
Environmental, social and economic determinants of health Interventions to address health issues, including healthcare delivery systems, plus the role of public policies Big picture issues affect our own health and the health of our community
Protecting health in the face of disasters Preventing disease from addictions such as human immunodeficiency (HIV) Developing systems to ensure the safety of the food we eat and the water we drink
Databases for Public Health Departments Vital statistics such as births and deaths Public health surveillance Investigations and research Interventions
Transforms Data into Information and Knowledge
Teleconferencing Web Bulletin Boards Videoconferencing Media Streaming Satellite Television
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