Environmental public health practice. Law. Regulation. Policy analysis. Decision making. Program planning. Evaluation. Education. Workforce. Housing. Zoonotic disease. Vector control.
Comparison of the knowledge, skills and abilities desired by public sector employers with the curriculum content of EH programs offered by schools of public health in five states. This study has collected job descriptions of all EH related jobs in all state agencies in Florida, Hawaii, New York, Oklahoma and Washington and we are now in the process of extracting and analyzing the data to identify the specific knowledge and skills that employers say they are looking for, in order to test the "fit" between these and the knowledge and skills taught in our schools of public health.
Housing and health
Development of a practical manual on housing and health for Environmental Health practitioners, housing inspectors and building code officials. This manual was developed as a cooperative project between the US Departments of Heath and Human Services and Housing and Urban Development.
Administering a cooperative agreement between the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National center for Environmental Health and the Association of Environmental Health Academic Programs to strengthen the Environmental Health workforce by promoting and strengthening accredited education programs in environmental Health.