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My Life as a Pracademic

by Allison Chamberlain, PhD, MS In this post, Dr. Allison Chamberlain shares her experiences “playing on both teams” as a pracademic. Dr. Chamberlain is a faculty member at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University and serves as an epidemiology consultant to the Fulton County Board of Health located in downtown Atlanta. This week she’ll be serving alongside

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Play on Both Teams: Become a Public Health Pracademic (Part 2)

by Molly J. Gutilla, DrPH, MS Public Health Pracademics will explore the intersection between academia and practice with an eye toward recognizing those already bridging this gap and encouraging others to embrace efforts to link science and practice. How to Be a Pracademic (part 2) Pracademics can be found on campuses and in public health practice, yet work in distinct

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Play on Both Teams: Become a Public Health Pracademic

by Molly J. Gutilla, DrPH, MS Public Health Pracademics will explore the intersection between academia and practice with an eye toward recognizing those already bridging this gap and encouraging others to embrace efforts to link science and practice. What Is a Pracademic and Why Do We Need Them? (part 1) This year’s theme at the Annual Meeting of the American Public Health

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