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- Biostatistics: Application of statistical procedures, techniques and methodology to characterize or investigate health problems and programs.
- Environmental Health Sciences: Concerned with the identification and control of factors in the natural environment (air, water, land) which affect health.
- Epidemiology: Study of the distribution and determinants of disease or disability in population groups; essential for evaluating the efficacy of new preventive and therapeutic modalities and of new organizational patterns of health care delivery.
- Health Policy and Management: A multidisciplinary field of inquiry and practice concerned with the delivery, quality and costs of health care for individuals and populations.
- Social and Behavioral Science: Using specific methods, skills, and program strategies to help people change to healthier lifestyles, to make more efficient use of health services, to adopt self-care practices and to participate actively in the design and implementation of programs that affect health.
(Information adapted from the Association of Public Health)