This blog provides an opportunity for participants in the ‘Social and Behavioral Foundations of Primary Health Care‘ course at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health to share their concerns about crucial and current health policy issues, particularly as they affect the health and welfare of people in developing countries and disadvantaged populations.


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  1. sharrisdoc Says:

    This is such a wonderful opportunity to discuss issues concerning social and behavioral aspects of public health. Our class has really given us exceptional resources to use not only now but also in the future. I would also like to again say that the group that I am working with is exceptional and I would like to get to know them if possible in future classes. This is my first time blogging and I think that I will really like it once I get used to the flow of info.

  2. sberger4mph Says:

    I must agree that our class has opened up new ways of thinking about social and behavioral issues in public health and introduced me to new tools to address these public health issues. This has been my first experience with blogging and it has been much easier than I ever would have imagined. These are quite powerful statements with a lively and very accessible format. I look forward to keeping up with class members who continue to blog into the future!

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