Donald Warne, M.D., MPH, and Melanie Nadeau, Ph.D., MPH in NDSU’s Department of Public Health have contributed a book chapter in the recently published “Solving Population Health Problems through Collaboration” edited by Ron Bialek, Leslie M. Beitsch and John W. Moran.
Warne and Nadeau contributed Chapter Fifteen: American Indian Perspectives on Population Health.
“This is a significant addition to the public health literature,” said Warne, who serves as chair of the NDSU Department of Public Health. Nadeau is operational director of the American Indian Public Health Resource Center in the College of Health Professions.
On its website, publisher Routledge Taylor and Francis group, said the book “brings together population health experts and leaders to examine evidence-based intervention strategies, case studies in health departments and hospitals, health equity issues, core competencies, public health campaigns, step-by-step collaboration advice, and much more.”
The book is available from the publisher.
The American Indian Public Health Resource Center in the College of Health Professions at NDSU works to address American Indian public health disparities through technical assistance, policy development, self-determination feasibility analysis, education, research, and programming in partnership with tribes, in North Dakota, across the Northern Plains, and the nation. The Center partners with tribes to improve delivery of culturally appropriate health services in American Indian communities.
NDSU’s master’s of public health program is offered both on-campus and through distance education formats. The program is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health and offers specializations in American Indian public health, public health in clinical systems, health promotion and management of infectious diseases.
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