Translating Public Health Research

Translating Public Health Research Illustration

Part 5 in Our 'What Is Public Health?' Video Series

In classrooms, labs, and communities, public health reveals deeper understandings about human health. But to empower populations and impact lives for the better, that knowledge has to be shared. Sharing knowledge is, after all, central to the mission of public health.

In this new installment in our 'What Is Public Health' video series, learn how public health research is translated, shared, evaluated, and actionized to help individuals and communities make informed choices about their health and shape the health of future generations.

To see more videos in the "What Is Public Health" series, click here.

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