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From epidemiology, biostatistics, and health policy & management to health education & behavior, global health, environmental sciences, and more, our list spans the field.
Our authors are experienced teachers and experts in their fields—from Richard Riegelman, Lisa Sullivan, and Kathryn Jacobsen to Joel Teitelbaum, Elizabeth Tobin-Tyler, Richard Skonik, and more.
Tens of thousands of students across the country use our introductory public health titles.
Riegelman and Kirkwood offer a unique set of case studies, vignettes, and examples that give readers a clear understanding of how public health affects their everyday lives.Learn More
From gun violence, mental health, and COVID-19 to the opioid crisis, climate change, and more, this text delves into the most pressing public health issues today.Learn More
From developing practical employment skills and understanding basic anatomy and physiology of common chronic diseases to accessing and understanding health knowledge, Perrin provides the foundation for working in community health.Learn More
Ensure your students understand the basics principles of epidemiology and their application.Learn More
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From the impact of Covid to the cost of health care, the Essential Public Health Series covers the full range of issues that impact the public’s health. Designed to meet national recommendations for undergraduate public health education, this is the ideal suite of texts for programs offering courses in Public Health, Global Health, Health Policy, and more.View Titles
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With over two decades publishing books and resources for public health, Jones & Bartlett Learning is a market leader focused on preparing students and professionals to be on the front lines of disease prevention and health promotion. Covering a wide range of topics, from epidemiology, biostatistics, and global health to environmental health, health behavior theory, health policy and more, our offerings span the field. In many course areas, we offer multiple titles that meet the needs of the different audiences we serve, from undergraduate and graduate students to doctoral level students and professionals.
Our signature series is the Essential Public Health Series. Developed under the editorship of Dr. Richard Riegelman, this series is popular among instructors teaching undergraduate students, as well as students and professionals seeking a comprehensive understanding of key concepts in public health. The series offers a clear, consistent design and structure that makes it ideal for undergraduate students. Titles such as Public Health 101, Epidemiology 101, Global Health 101, Essentials of Health Policy and Law, and Essentials of Biostatistics in Public Health are among our leading titles in this series.
The Population Health series is a newer series that features short, what-you-need-to-know coverage of a range of issues that can be addressed by population health. For clinicians, health administrators, and public health professionals looking to improve the health of the population, this series offers a clear, concise, and accessible approach, which includes such titles as: Population Health; Biostatistics for Population Health; Global Population Health; Climate Change and Population Health; and Opioids and Population Health.
Our authors are experienced educators and experts in their fields, such as Richard Riegelman, and Gus Birkhead for Introductory Public Health; Ray Merrill, Ann Aschengrau, and Robert Friis in Epidemiology; and Kathryn Jacobsen and Richard Skolnik in Global Health. Beyond the introductory course offerings, we offer a broad range of titles that cover courses up the curriculum, from health program planning, evaluation, and research; health research methods; and maternal and child health; to rural public health; health equity, diversity, and inclusion; and more.
New and noteworthy titles include: Working in Community Health; Public Health and Society: Current Issues; A History of Public Health; and Human Health and the Climate Crisis.