Category Archives: Public Health Education

Paid Sick Days: A Public Health Issue

Imagine ordering a meal at a fast food restaurant, and seeing the person preparing it sniffling, coughing and sneezing. It probably happens more often than you realize. Most fast food restaurant workers in New York City do not have paid … Continue reading

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Make the most of your fieldwork experience!

Fieldwork is an opportunity to apply what you have learned in the classroom, become a part of a public health team, explore different career paths and network.  It can also provide a supportive environment to expand your comfort zone.  If … Continue reading

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Fieldwork – never too early to start thinking about it!

Preparation for fieldwork occurs at least one semester before the start of the placement. Securing a public health fieldwork placement is not an easy or predictable process.  Some sites have internship positions open on a seasonal basis, and you want … Continue reading

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