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PUBH 6236 : Systematic Review of Public Health Literature
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Prevention and Community Health
Public Health (PUBH)
Programs referencing this course
PHN-MPH: Master of Public Health in the Field of Public Health Nutrition
Milken Institute School of Public Health
Epidemiology and Biostatistics (EBIO)
Long Course Title
Systematic Review of Public Health Literature
Short Course Title
Reviewing Public Health Lit
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PUBH 6002 or EXNS 6204; and PUBH 6003 or EXNS 6208
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The process of conducting systematic reviews of literature in order to translate research into public health practice recommendations. Recommended for MPH candidates planning to conduct a systematic review of the literature for their culminating experience.
1. Identify appropriate sources of data from the peer-reviewed literature. 2. Critically evaluate the scientific literature related to disease prevention. 3. Describe the process of translating the available research into public health practice guidelines for disease prevention.
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