Comprehensive, consistent, and clear – this series is unlike anything else available today.

What makes this series unique?

  • Comprehensive introductory course materials offer one-stop shopping.
  • Consistent design and structure including chapter objectives, discussion questions, as well as ample tables, charts, and figures, provide a familiar and comfortable format for students and faculty.
  • Clear, user-friendly, classroom-tested materials; most written by one or two authors to maintain a consistent "voice."

What kind of ancillary materials are available?

  • Most texts are accompanied by a an Instructor's Manual, Test Bank, and PowerPoint slides, available to qualified instructors, through a single website:
  • Accompanying Casebooks and Workbooks provide active participation exercises for use with Global Health 101, Essentials of Biostatistics for Public Health, and other forthcoming books.
  • The casebook Essential Cases in Public Health: Putting Public Health into Practice provides 21 case studies which can be used to supplement many of the books in the series

Who Are the Authors?

  • Highly regarded experts with experience and accolades within their field.
  • Authors who have worked together to ensure that their books fit together as an integrated whole.
  • Experienced public health professors, many of whom have received teaching awards reflecting their skills and enthusiasm for teaching.
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