New Books for Public Health

August 20th, 2013 by John Pell

Covers of books mentioned in this post.

This summer, Hunter College purchased over thirty new titles to support the research and teaching of faculty and students in the School of Public Health. Several of the new titles featured contributions from Hunter Urban Public Health Faculty, such as Lydia Isaac in Race, Ethnicity, and Health, William Gallo in The Oxford Handbook of Retirement, Nicholas Freudenberg in Urban Health: Global Perspectives, and Stacey Plichta and Elizabeth Kelvin in Munro’s Statistical Methods for Health Care Research. Take a minute to check out the 2013 Guide to New Books for Public Health at Hunter College and share your thoughts about the selections.

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