On This Episode Of The Public Health Epidemiology Conversations (PHEC) Podcast
The doorstep of our 200th episode is a good time to pause and reflect. As we look back on the last 198 episodes, it has been all about sharing career journeys in public health and demonstrating that there are so many different ways for you to use your education to advance the field of public health. You have heard from a multitude of guests from different backgrounds and walks of life who have shared their path into the field and talked about the work that they do and the diverse ways in which they serve their communities. In each episode, your host, Dr. Charlotte Hughes Huntley, has asked guests to offer their career advice and tips and, in this episode, she shares some of her favorite takeaways. Tune in to hear her top five public health and epidemiology career tips and advice!
Key Takeaways From This Episode
Take inspired action on your ideas; you never know where they will lead you!
Pivot and adjust as necessary, but commit for the long run.
Apply what you are learning as you are learning, which is especially important for students.
All experience is valuable and useful, so make the connection to public health and remember that it is your story to tell.
Networking is vital; aim to build meaningful, professional relationships with your peers.
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