The Journey to Accreditation: Clinton County Health Department
Book Summary: JPHMP's 21 Public Health Case Studies on Policy & Administration , compiled by the founding editor and current editor-in-chief of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, provides you with real-life examples of how to strategize and execute policies and practices when confronted with issues such as disease containment, emergency preparedness, and organizational, management, and administrative problems.
- Each case is co-written by a professional writer and tells a “story,” using characters, conflicts, and plot twists designed to compel you to keep reading.
- Case elements include the core problem, stakeholders, steps taken, challenges, results, conclusions, and discussion questions for analysis.
- More than 60 contributors—experts in public policy, clinical medicine, pediatrics, social work, pharmacy, bioethics, and healthcare management.
- Ideal for public health practitioners as well as students in graduate and undergraduate public health and medical education programs.
- Tracks 2016 CEPH (Council on Education for Public Health) accreditation criteria.
- These cases can be used as tools to develop competencies designated in the new CEPH (Council on Education for Public Health) accreditation criteria.
Beatty, Kate; Meit, Michael; Luzzi, O.; Siegfried, A.; Heffernan, Megan; Nadel, T.; and Searing, M.. 2017. The Journey to Accreditation: Clinton County Health Department. JPHMP's 21 Public Health Cases on Policy & Administration. 1st Edition. Lloyd Novick, Eds. Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands: https://www.amazon.com/JPHMPs-Public-Health-Studies-Administration/dp/1496377095