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  • Surya Bali
    Dear Dr Sunil, Sorry for being late in replying your mail. Welcome in world of Community Medicine /Public Health. There are bright future prospects and
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 22, 2007
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      Dear Dr Sunil,

       Sorry for being late in replying your mail. Welcome in world of Community Medicine /Public Health. There are bright future prospects and career opportunities in this field. Careers in Public Health will give you lots of satisfaction, world view, global thoughts, and obviously handsome salary. After doing your specialization in Community Medicine/ Public Health you can choose any of following mentioned branches for your super specialization.

      q    Epidemiology

      q    Biostatistics

      q    Environmental Health

      q    Health Policy

      q    Behavioral Health

      q    International Health

      q    Health Management

      q    Health Promotion

      q    Health Administration

      q    Mother and Child Health

      q    Nutritional Health

      q    Behavioral science/social science

      q    Family Medicine

      Generally Public health functions include: • Health surveillance, monitoring and analysis • Investigation of disease outbreaks, epidemics and risk to health • Establishing, designing and managing health promotion and disease prevention programmes • Enabling and empowering communities to promote health and reduce inequalities • Creating and sustaining cross-Government and intersectoral partnerships to improve health and reduce inequalities •Ensuring compliance with regulations and laws to protect and promote health • Developing and maintaining a well-educated and trained, multi-disciplinary public health workforce • Ensuring the effective performance of NHS services to meet goals in improving health, preventing disease and reducing inequalities • Research, development, evaluation and innovation • Quality assuring the public health function and many more.

      Distinctions Between Public Health and Clinical Health Professions

      Public Health
      Clinical Health
      Population
      Individual
      Health
      Disease
      Prevention and Health Promotion
      Diagnosis and Treatment
      Public health careers offer something for everyone. Epidemiology and biostatistics involve mathematics and modeling. Environmental health includes a wide range of science skills. Health administration incorporates business and management skills. Health education involves skills required to develop community-wide prevention programs. Health policy includes an understand of law-making processes.
      Perhaps never has there been a more exciting time to pursue a career in public health. Why? Because....
      • Most experts agree that major advances in improvement of health over the next decades will not come from new medical findings or cures, but rather the broader development and application of population-based prevention programs.
      • Health services delivery systems are undergoing rapid change. Greater emphasis is being placed on health promotion and disease prevention as a means to reduce the costs of care by improving the health of our populations. These changes have created a broad array of new opportunities for professionals with advanced training in public health.
      • As the public has become better informed about the effects of toxic wastes and pollutants on their health, greater emphasis is being placed on assuring the safety of our communities as well as worker health and safety. As a result, there is growing demand for experts in environmental health and industrial hygiene.
      • Public health research is focusing more on women's health, and child and substance abuse, and an increased emphasis is being placed on behavioral change to prevent the risk of STDs, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and unplanned pregnancies. Greater emphasis is also being placed on school health and the health of minority and disadvantaged populations.
      A Sample of Related Occupations
      Ambulatory Services Specialist
      Health and Safety Officer
      Physician
      Consultant
      Industrial Hygienist
      Planner & Program Analyst
      Counselor
      Investigator
      Program Director
      Dietician
      Managed Care Coordinator
      Public Health Consultant
      Environmental Health Specialist
      Medical Officer
      Public Health Nurse
      Epidemiologist
      Medical Program Analyst
      Public Health Nutritionist
      Health Center Administrator
      Occupational Health Specialist
      Research Assistant
      Health Educator
      Occupational Therapist
      Residence Counselor
      Health Officer
      Outreach Worker
      Social Worker
      Health Planner
      Physician Assistant
      Supervisor of Medical Records
      Health Policy Practitioner
       
      Training Coordinator/Director
       
       
      This is exhaustive mail just only to give full overview of this discipline. If you need further detail please feel free to write me.
      With regards


      Dr. Surya Bali
       MD(Community Medicine), CDM,PGDHHM
      Asst. Professor
      Department of Community Medicine
      M.L.N. Medical College, Allahabad University
      Allahabad ,U.P., India, 211001
      Ph: +919451848851


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    • bella2032003
      ... Welcome in world of Community Medicine /Public Health. There are bright future prospects and career opportunities in this field. Careers in Public Health
      Message 2 of 3 , Sep 23, 2007
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        --- In iapsm_youthmembers@yahoogroups.com, Surya Bali
        <drsuryabali@...> wrote:
        >
        > Dear Dr Sunil, Sorry for being late in replying your mail.
        Welcome in world of Community Medicine /Public Health. There are
        bright future prospects and career opportunities in this field.
        Careers in Public Health will give you lots of satisfaction, world
        view, global thoughts, and obviously handsome salary. After doing
        your specialization in Community Medicine/ Public Health you can
        choose any of following mentioned branches for your super
        specialization. q Epidemiology q Biostatistics q
        Environmental Health q Health Policy q Behavioral Health
        q International Health q Health Management q Health
        Promotion q Health Administration q Mother and Child Health
        q Nutritional Health q Behavioral science/social science
        q Family Medicine Generally Public health functions include: •
        Health surveillance, monitoring and analysis • Investigation of
        disease outbreaks, epidemics and risk to health • Establishing,
        designing and managing
        > health promotion and disease prevention programmes • Enabling and
        empowering communities to promote health and reduce inequalities •
        Creating and sustaining cross-Government and intersectoral
        partnerships to improve health and reduce inequalities •Ensuring
        compliance with regulations and laws to protect and promote health •
        Developing and maintaining a well-educated and trained, multi-
        disciplinary public health workforce • Ensuring the effective
        performance of NHS services to meet goals in improving health,
        preventing disease and reducing inequalities • Research,
        development, evaluation and innovation • Quality assuring the public
        health function and many more. Distinctions Between Public Health
        and Clinical Health Professions Public Health
        > Clinical Health
        > Population
        > Individual
        > Health
        > Disease
        > Prevention and Health Promotion
        > Diagnosis and Treatment
        > Public health careers offer something for everyone. Epidemiology
        and biostatistics involve mathematics and modeling. Environmental
        health includes a wide range of science skills. Health
        administration incorporates business and management skills. Health
        education involves skills required to develop community-wide
        prevention programs. Health policy includes an understand of law-
        making processes.
        > Perhaps never has there been a more exciting time to pursue a
        career in public health. Why? Because....
        >
        > Most experts agree that major advances in improvement of health
        over the next decades will not come from new medical findings or
        cures, but rather the broader development and application of
        population-based prevention programs.
        > Health services delivery systems are undergoing rapid change.
        Greater emphasis is being placed on health promotion and disease
        prevention as a means to reduce the costs of care by improving the
        health of our populations. These changes have created a broad array
        of new opportunities for professionals with advanced training in
        public health.
        > As the public has become better informed about the effects of
        toxic wastes and pollutants on their health, greater emphasis is
        being placed on assuring the safety of our communities as well as
        worker health and safety. As a result, there is growing demand for
        experts in environmental health and industrial hygiene.
        > Public health research is focusing more on women's health, and
        child and substance abuse, and an increased emphasis is being placed
        on behavioral change to prevent the risk of STDs, HIV/AIDS,
        tuberculosis, and unplanned pregnancies. Greater emphasis is also
        being placed on school health and the health of minority and
        disadvantaged populations.
        > A Sample of Related Occupations
        > Ambulatory Services Specialist
        > Health and Safety Officer
        > Physician
        > Consultant
        > Industrial Hygienist
        > Planner & Program Analyst
        > Counselor
        > Investigator
        > Program Director
        > Dietician
        > Managed Care Coordinator
        > Public Health Consultant
        > Environmental Health Specialist
        > Medical Officer
        > Public Health Nurse
        > Epidemiologist
        > Medical Program Analyst
        > Public Health Nutritionist
        > Health Center Administrator
        > Occupational Health Specialist
        > Research Assistant
        > Health Educator
        > Occupational Therapist
        > Residence Counselor
        > Health Officer
        > Outreach Worker
        > Social Worker
        > Health Planner
        > Physician Assistant
        > Supervisor of Medical Records
        > Health Policy Practitioner
        >
        > Training Coordinator/Director
        >
        >
        >
        > This is exhaustive mail just only to give full overview of this
        discipline. If you need further detail please feel free to write me.
        > With regards
        >
        >
        > Dr. Surya Bali
        > MD(Community Medicine), CDM,PGDHHM
        > Asst. Professor
        > Department of Community Medicine
        > M.L.N. Medical College, Allahabad University
        > Allahabad ,U.P., India, 211001
        > Ph: +919451848851
        >

        Thanks a lot Sir...for providing this valuable information..Do
        you know of Public Health Schools in India..Can you provide the list
        of same..Thank you...

        Regards...,
        Priyanka Jadhav

        >
        > ---------------------------------
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      • KAPIL GOEL
        Dear Sir, Thanks a lot for such an important and useful information regarding carrier in Public health. Regards, Dr. Kapil Goel MD Final year, Dept of
        Message 3 of 3 , Sep 23, 2007
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          Dear Sir,
                          Thanks a lot for such an important and useful information regarding carrier in Public health. 
           
          Regards,
          Dr. Kapil Goel
          MD Final year,
          Dept of Community Medicine
          KMC, Manipal
           


          Surya Bali <drsuryabali@...> wrote:

          Dear Dr Sunil,

           Sorry for being late in replying your mail. Welcome in world of Community Medicine /Public Health. There are bright future prospects and career opportunities in this field. Careers in Public Health will give you lots of satisfaction, world view, global thoughts, and obviously handsome salary. After doing your specialization in Community Medicine/ Public Health you can choose any of following mentioned branches for your super specialization.

          q    Epidemiology

          q    Biostatistics

          q    Environmental Health

          q    Health Policy

          q    Behavioral Health

          q    International Health

          q    Health Management

          q    Health Promotion

          q    Health Administration

          q    Mother and Child Health

          q    Nutritional Health

          q    Behavioral science/social science

          q    Family Medicine

          Generally Public health functions include: • Health surveillance, monitoring and analysis • Investigation of disease outbreaks, epidemics and risk to health • Establishing, designing and managing health promotion and disease prevention programmes • Enabling and empowering communities to promote health and reduce inequalities • Creating and sustaining cross-Government and intersectoral partnerships to improve health and reduce inequalities •Ensuring compliance with regulations and laws to protect and promote health • Developing and maintaining a well-educated and trained, multi-disciplinary public health workforce • Ensuring the effective performance of NHS services to meet goals in improving health, preventing disease and reducing inequalities • Research, development, evaluation and innovation • Quality assuring the public health function and many more.

          Distinctions Between Public Health and Clinical Health Professions

          Public Health
          Clinical Health
          Population
          Individual
          Health
          Disease
          Prevention and Health Promotion
          Diagnosis and Treatment
          Public health careers offer something for everyone. Epidemiology and biostatistics involve mathematics and modeling. Environmental health includes a wide range of science skills. Health administration incorporates business and management skills. Health education involves skills required to develop community-wide prevention programs. Health policy includes an understand of law-making processes.
          Perhaps never has there been a more exciting time to pursue a career in public health. Why? Because....
          • Most experts agree that major advances in improvement of health over the next decades will not come from new medical findings or cures, but rather the broader development and application of population-based prevention programs.
          • Health services delivery systems are undergoing rapid change. Greater emphasis is being placed on health promotion and disease prevention as a means to reduce the costs of care by improving the health of our populations. These changes have created a broad array of new opportunities for professionals with advanced training in public health.
          • As the public has become better informed about the effects of toxic wastes and pollutants on their health, greater emphasis is being placed on assuring the safety of our communities as well as worker health and safety. As a result, there is growing demand for experts in environmental health and industrial hygiene.
          • Public health research is focusing more on women's health, and child and substance abuse, and an increased emphasis is being placed on behavioral change to prevent the risk of STDs, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and unplanned pregnancies. Greater emphasis is also being placed on school health and the health of minority and disadvantaged populations.
          A Sample of Related Occupations
          Ambulatory Services Specialist
          Health and Safety Officer
          Physician
          Consultant
          Industrial Hygienist
          Planner & Program Analyst
          Counselor
          Investigator
          Program Director
          Dietician
          Managed Care Coordinator
          Public Health Consultant
          Environmental Health Specialist
          Medical Officer
          Public Health Nurse
          Epidemiologist
          Medical Program Analyst
          Public Health Nutritionist
          Health Center Administrator
          Occupational Health Specialist
          Research Assistant
          Health Educator
          Occupational Therapist
          Residence Counselor
          Health Officer
          Outreach Worker
          Social Worker
          Health Planner
          Physician Assistant
          Supervisor of Medical Records
          Health Policy Practitioner
          Training Coordinator/ Director
          This is exhaustive mail just only to give full overview of this discipline. If you need further detail please feel free to write me.
          With regards


          Dr. Surya Bali
           MD(Community Medicine), CDM,PGDHHM
          Asst. Professor
          Department of Community Medicine
          M.L.N. Medical College, Allahabad University
          Allahabad ,U.P., India, 211001
          Ph: +919451848851

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