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Public Health Reports Supplement: Program Collaboration and Service Integration

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Public Health Reports/Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health

I am pleased to announce the publication of a Public Health Reports (PHR) supplement, Program Collaboration and Service Integration Exit Disclaimer. This special issue presents a selection of approaches, studies, and lessons learned from efforts to build greater program collaboration and service integration (PCSI) in STD, viral hepatitis, TB, and HIV prevention and control in the United States.

This PHR supplement opens with a guest editorial authored by CDC colleagues, Dr. Hazel Dean, Deputy Director, National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP); Gustavo Aquino, Associate Director for Program Integration, NCHHSTP; as well as Dr. Kevin Fenton, formerly with CDC and now serving as Director of Health and Wellbeing at Public Health England. Several articles detail innovative approaches to collaborative program design and integrated testing and screening services. This supplement also demonstrates the benefits gained through data harmonization—particularly through registry and database matching—at the local, state, and federal levels.

Promotion and implementation of a comprehensive approach to address STDs, viral hepatitis, TB, and HIV are important cross-cutting goals for CDC in our efforts to prevent and control these diseases. This supplement highlights the need to continually rethink prevention in the face of changing epidemics and syndemics, as well as increased opportunities for prevention through the healthcare system. The potential of expanded healthcare coverage for previously uninsured Americans can help improve health outcomes and may lead to an increased volume of health data that can be used to improve our public health work.

Thank you for your continued commitment to public health and the prevention and control of STDs, viral hepatitis, TB, and HIV. I hope the articles presented in this supplement inform and inspire your efforts.

Comments

  1. Ignace MULAMBA TSHIBANGU says:

    Dr
    Confrère
    Me voici vous écrire encore une fois cette présente lettre pour vous témoigner ma gratitude confraternnelle et mon intétrêt face à votre publication de rapport sur PCSI.
    Connaissant expansion de ces maladies à travers le monde en général et en RD Congo en particulier vu les condotions sanitaires et éducationnelles précaires. Nous vous écrivons pour solliciter votre bienfaisance en vous demandant des formations en PCSI.
    Personnellement je suis Médecin Généraliste exerçant en santé scolaire et Universitaire depuis plus de 7 ans et ayant subit plusieur formations en Ethique fondamentale, clinique, de recherche et en Bioéthique en résidentilel et en ligne dans differente école comme: TRREE, Comité d’Ethique de Recherche du MSSS/ Québec Canada, Unité d’Enseignement et de Rcherche et Ethique Appliquée de l’Université de Kinshasa, de léethique et Médecine carcérale avec AMM.
    Mon dossier etmon CV vous sera transmis immédiatement au moment.
    Espérant une bonne suite, Je sasis l’occasion pour vous présenter les voeux de bonheur et prospérité pour cette année qui commence 2014
    Merci
    Dr ignace MULAMBA

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