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The Moderating Role of Race in Turnover Intention at State and Local Public Health Organizations

Our focus was to assess whether race moderated the relationship between work environment factors and turnover in the public health field. This research aligns with the higher goal of recruiting and retaining public health workers that are reflective of the communities they serve. The US population is becoming more racially and ethnically diverse, and the population’s health and health care

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Readying the Applied Epidemiology Workforce for the Future of Public Health Practice

Public health leaders in all settings must be intentional in implementing strategies that strengthen our epidemiology workforce and prepare epidemiologists for the future of public health practice. As public health professionals, we are currently working in an incredibly dynamic era of public health practice. Not only was the field moving forward into “Public Health 3.0,” which calls for us to

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