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This chapter addresses past successes and challenges and then elaborates on the potential for further advances in three areas that bridge emergency medicine and the broader public health and health services research agenda: (1) monitoring health care access; (2) surveillance of diseases, injuries, and health risks; and (3) delivering clinical preventive services. This article also suggests ways to advance policy-relevant research on systems of health and social welfare that impact the health of the public.
emergency medicine, population surveillance, public health
Rhodes, K. V., & Pollock, D. A. (2006). The Future of Emergency Medicine Public Health Research. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/spp_papers/106
Date Posted: 24 March 2008
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