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International Journal of Global Health

The International Journal of Global Health is a peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to studying public helath in diverse and medically underserved populations around the world.

The Journal examines the effects of public health education efforts on individuals and populations, as well as methodology for providing effective public health programming.


Current Issue:

Volume 1, Number 2
2001

International Journal of Global Health

Commentary:
• September 11th and Beyond: What is the Role for Public Health?
by: Susan J. Koch, Ed. D., Elizabeth Koch

Articles:
• Medical Relief after an Unnatural Disaster: How International Health Care Providers May Prove Counter-productive to Recovery
by: Maureen McCue, Ph.D.
• Health Assessment of Bosnian Refugees in Black Hawk County, Iowa
by: Clementine Mukeshimana, M.A.
• Environmental Health Research and Student Training Project, Transylvania, Romania
by: Catherine Zeman, Ph.D., Diane Depken, Ph.D.
• Russian Citizens' Trusted Sources of Health Promotion Information
by: Cynthia M. Goody, Ph.D., R.D., L.D., Elizabeth Swanson, Ph.D., R.N., Ann L. Bossen, M.S.N., R.N., Elena V. Frolova, M.D., Olga Kuznetsova, M.D., Ph.D., Swjatoslaw Plavinski, M.D., Ph.D.

Profiles:
• Global Health Corps Short Term Health Education Mission
by: Linda K. Miller, M.A.

Editor:
Sue Joslyn, Ph.D.

Senior Advisory Board:
Christopher Edginton, Ph.D.
Michele Yehieli, Dr.P.H.
Susan Koch, Ed.D.

Editorial Board:
Charline Barnes, Ph.D.
Thomas Capshew , Ph.D.
Dennis Cryer, Ph.D.
Mark Grey, Ph.D.
Kent Sandstrom, Ph.D.

Editorial Assistant:
Dina Blanc, Ph.D.


Subscription and Purchase Rates:

2 issues (1 yr)
4 issues (2 yr)
Students
$10
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Public
$20
$35
Institutions
$50
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To order call: (319) 273-6411 or
E-mail: global@globalhealthcorps.org


More Information:

Global Health Corps
The Global Health Corps was founded in the Division of Health Promotion and Education at the University of Northern Iowa in 1996. The mission of the Global Health Corps is to train university students in conducting culturally-appropriate public health programs with underserved and diverse communities in the United States and abroad, thereby improving the well-being of at-risk populations through disease prevention and health promotion.

Division of Health Promotion and Education
Within the School of Health, Physical Education, and Leisure Services at the University of Northern Iowa, the Division of Health Promotion and Education includes a diverse faculty working in various disciplines of public health, epidemiology, and health education.

The overriding mission of the Division is to educate health educators, health professionals, and scientists to improve the health and well-being of individuals and populations.

University of Northern Iowa
The University of Northern Iowa is one of three state-supported universities in the Iowa Regents system. A campus-wid commitment to putting students first lies at the heart of the University of Northern Iowa's reputation for providing exceptional education for its students.

Building on its historic excellence in teacher education, the university has developed outstanding programs in business, natural sciences, humanities and fine arts, and social and behavioral sciences.

The university places strong emphasis on experiential learning, and has many opportunities for international study. UNI prides itself on providing a student-centered educational experience, and is ranked as one of the best colleges and universities in the midwestern United States.

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