Duran receives Bernard D. Goldstein Student Award

The Center for Public Health Practice is pleased to announce that it has awarded Luis Duran, MPH, MPIA, and a doctor of public health student in the Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences, the 2011 Bernard D. Goldstein Student Award in Environmental Health Disparities and in Public Health Practice for his work with the Public Health Systems Indicators Project of the Public Health Adaptive Systems Studies. Using the dataset of the NACCHO Profile Survey of 2008 to create a geospatial platform for characterizing local public health capacities at the county level, Duran has helped to illustrate the heterogeneities among counties, both within states and across the nation.


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