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Paul H. Campbell

Lecturer On Global Health

Harvard University

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Harvard University

12 Oxford St. # 373

Cambridge, Massachusetts,02138

United States

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Employment History

President

Maine Center for Public Health


Affiliations

Harvard School of Public Health

Faculty Member


Education

MPA


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www.nvfc.org

Paul Campbell, Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) faculty member, and Joshua Frances, research assistant and co-investigator of the report, are leaders in rural preparedness at HSPH's Center for Public Health Preparedness and helped organize the conference.
"The conference did not focus exclusively upon bioterrorism," said Campbell. "Participants from across the country emphasized that we need to be prepared for the full range of public health emergencies, including weather events such as ice storms and hurricanes, and emerging diseases like SARS that do not result from terrorist actions." Campbell continued: "This issue - the financing of preparations for potential bioterrorist attacks- has forced us to confront the inadequacy of our public health defenses in rural areas of this country.


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Paul Campbell, Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) faculty member, and Joshua Frances, research assistant and co-investigator of the report, are leaders in rural preparedness at HSPH's Center for Public Health Preparedness and helped organize the conference.
"The conference did not focus exclusively upon bioterrorism," said Campbell. "Participants from across the country emphasized that we need to be prepared for the full range of public health emergencies, including weather events such as ice storms and hurricanes, and emerging diseases like SARS that do not result from terrorist actions." Campbell continued: "This issue - the financing of preparations for potential bioterrorist attacks- has forced us to confront the inadequacy of our public health defenses in rural areas of this country.


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Journal of Public Health Management and Practice article, by former MCPH President Paul Campbell and Project Director Ann Conway, on the Maine Turning Point Project.


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Prof. Paul H. Campbell, a Deputy Director of International Health Systems Program at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), gave a talk entitled, "Hospital Management and Care of the Elderly in the U.S.: Challenges and Strategies".


www.mcph.org [cached]

A recent issue of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice includes this article by former President Paul Campbell and previous Project Director Ann Conway on the Maine Turning Point Project.


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