Daily Archives: April 7, 2020

The Right Thing Done The Wrong Way Is Still The Wrong Thing

I have pondered for the last several days the brouhaha that has developed over the actions and response to those actions relating to the former captain of an American aircraft carrier who released an insecure message about the health concerns … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Public Health Primer

The Public Health Primer, by Jo Fairbanks and William H Wiese The great German statesman Otto von Bismarck once famously said that a people should not know how their laws and sausages were made.  When it comes to matters of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Evidence-Based Public Health

Evidence-Based Public Health, by Ross C Brownson This is a fascinating book to read.  I do not mean to say that I approved of its approach or perspective, because I did not.  But if I did not agree with the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Public Health Laws

Public Health Laws, by the Board of Health of the State of New Jersey One of the more topical and instructive reads that one can do in a time of public health crisis like our contemporary day is to go … Continue reading

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