On This Episode Of The Public Health Epidemiology Conversations (PHEC) Podcast
As part of Dr. Huntley’s efforts to bring the public healthcare community onto the same page, she brings you the third and final episode in her mini-series explaining the purpose behind the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations podcast. After establishing why she started this podcast, how it has grown, and why she is still making it after five years, today she explains who it is for. Tuning in you’ll hear why this is such a great podcast for prospective students and grad students who are going into the field of public health as well as consultants and entrepreneurs who are already in it. You’ll learn how it can be a great resource for tips, business strategies, and networking opportunities, as well as inspiration and encouragement, before Dr. Huntley invites listeners to an exciting upcoming webinar. For some great tips on how to better use the free and insightful resource that is this podcast, tune in today!
Listen To This Episode Of The Public Health Epidemiology Conversations (PHEC) Podcast
A recap of what was covered in the first two episodes of this mini-series.
Today’s topic: who this podcast is for.
Why this is such a great podcast for prospective students in the field of public health.
Why this podcast is an excellent resource for grad students.
Why it provides a great networking opportunity for students, consultants, and entrepreneurs.
How it serves as an exceptional resource for tips and business strategies in this field.
This podcast as a source of inspiration and encouragement.
Why Dr. Huntley still believes that this podcast is an underutilized resource.
Dr. Huntley’s special invitation to join her in an upcoming webinar.
What you can expect from the webinar and how to register for it.
"For students who are thinking about going to college, or planning to go to college, this is a great podcast for them to listen to, a great resource, because you’re going to hear a lot of career journeys and examples of public health that they may not have even thought of or heard of before." - Dr. Huntley
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