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This important text is a guide to public health programming planning, a core topic throughout public health education and practice, with an orientation to the communities where public health professionals are most likely to work: rural, small, and micropolitan communities. It addresses critical issues that face practitioners working in public health or community health settings. It also provides a set of skills that would be covered in classes, but with an eye to the challenging world of practice in a rural setting. It is an invaluable resource for students, practitioners, researchers, and program planners.
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