Combining Accreditation and Education: An Interdisciplinary Public Health Law Course

Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 44 (s1):18-23 (2016)
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This article discusses an interdisciplinary and community-engaged public health law course that was developed as part of The Future of Public Health Law Education faculty fellowship program. Law and public health students worked collaboratively to assist a local health department in preparing for the law-related aspects of Public Health Accreditation Board review.



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