Public Health involves the organized efforts of society to keep people healthy and prevent injury, illness and premature death. It is a combination of programs, services and policies that protect and promote the health of all Canadians.
The Master of Public Health program at Queen's is designed as a generalist program where students can expect to be educated in a number of public health topics including, but not limited to: epidemiology, biostatistics, infectious diseases and determinants of health. Additionally, the Master of Public Health program provides students with two practicum opportunities; one focuses on acquiring practical public health skills while the second practicum focuses on knowledge and skill application in an approved project within a public health agency.
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