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Educate Students and Others about Evidence-Based Public Health

The Community Guide can be used to educate public health professionals, assist with student projects, and inform communities about evidence-based interventions.

Public Health Educators

  • Design course content about the systematic review process, evidence-based public health, and the importance of independent, science-based decision-making in public health
  • Serve as a resource for those studying public health, nursing, program planning, policy, and other disciplines that impact community health and wellness
  • Identify research topics

Students

  • Identify important evidence gaps to guide selection of dissertation topics or other projects
  • Develop funding requests
  • Select public health interventions and plan programs

The following resources are designed to help educators and students use The Community Guide.

  • GuideCompass is an interactive tool that presents you with resources and tools to help you achieve your goals
  • Community Guide in Action stories feature examples of educators using The Community Guide to inform their curricula and direct student projects