Celebrating 3 Years of the Public Health Epidemiology Careers Podcast
It is official. The Public Health Epidemiology Careers Podcast has released a new episode every single week since it started in August of 2017. This is an amazing milestone!
Ask Me Anything
As we celebrate on this episode, I thought it would be fun to have an “Ask Me Anything” episode to address some of your questions. In the process of preparing for this, we received a lot of questions, and narrowed them down to a manageable list that I could answer on one episode. To make it even more fun and interesting, I decided to bring on my team and answer your questions. Tune in to this very special episode, filled with questions, answers, laughs, reflection, and insights.
Listen To This Podcast Episode
Meet My Team
Podcast Editor - Public Health Epidemiology Careers Podcast & For My Health Today Podcast
Membership & Marketing Services - For My Health Today Podcast and The Walking Club, which is the membership program that we offer through the health promotion side of the business
Support Services - Public Health Consulting & Entrepreneurship EXPO, members of my coaching programs, misc. duties.
Marketing & Administrative Services - scheduling for guests on the podcast, social media marketing for podcast and other programs
Questions Asked & Answered On This Episode
What’s your favorite type of exercise?
Have at home workouts been tough for you?
How do you choose your guests?
What benchmarks do you use in deciding who your guest will be?
How did your podcast get sponsored?
What other area of public health would you say is a passion, aside from epidemiology?
What do you feel about the future of Public Health?
If you were to start another career today aside from public health, what will it be and why?
What’s the best career advice you can offer to students?
Would you provide tips or recommendation regarding time management and organization for an online student working full time and having a busy life with a husband and kids at home?
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