Welcome to the School of Public Health at the University of Alberta.
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Our researchers are discovering innovative solutions to complex public health problems.
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Public health is your health.
At its core, it is about what is best for all of us, including the most vulnerable. Its aim is to maintain and improve the health of communities and populations. It crosses multiple fields of study such as health, social and human sciences to touch every aspect of our lives on a daily basis.
To learn more about public health, check out the video profiles highlighted below.
What is a biostatistician and what kind of challenges do they face? What is methodological and collaborative research?
Find out more about biostatistics and how they can be applied to real health settings.
What is epidemiology? It is the study of factors affecting health and illness in communities and populations. Research like Dean Eurich’s focuses on chronic disease as a whole, including drug therapies, prevention strategies and health outcomes.
Find out more about epidemiology and Dean Eurich’s research.