Building the Legal Capacity of the Public Health Workforce: Introducing the Public Health Law Academy

Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 47 (S2):80-82 (2019)
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Abstract

Knowledge of the law and its impact on health outcomes is increasingly important in public health practice. The CDC's Public Health Law Academy helps satisfy this need by providing online trainings, facilitator toolkits, and legal epidemiology tools to aid practitioners in learning about the law's role in promoting public health.

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