Under the direction of lead editors, Leiyu Shi and James A. Johnson, the fourth edition of Public Health Administration: Principles for Population-Based Management examines the many events, advances, and challenges - including the COVID-19 pandemic - in the United States and the world since the publication of the prior edition.
With contributions from experts in areas ranging from workforce to community-based prevention to emergency preparedness, this timely and thorough revision offers detailed, comprehensive coverage of current, relevant issues for students as well as practicing public health administrators. This edition also addresses new perspectives of evidence-based public health, systems thinking, accountable care organizations, social entrepreneurship, integrated information management, disaster preparedness and response, and social media.
Features and Benefits
"This book provides an excellent conceptual framework for contemporary public health practice while contributing to a broad understanding, for managers and leaders, of the public health enterprise. A historical context and a flow of logic are presented using the language of current public health reforms."
-- Richard Sewell, MPH (University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health) Doody's Review - previous edition
This title is intended for public health leaders and managers, which is an appropriate audience. The contributors are credible authorities on the various public health topics presented.