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Haksoon Ahn Published in Preventative Medicine

Haksoon Ahn, Associate Professor, and colleagues have a new article entitled “Optimizing preventive medicine to bridge the gap between clinical medicine and public health for disease control in China: A lesson from COVID-19.” The authors concluded that strengthening clinical skills, rectifying the Medical Practitioner Act, and diversifying curricula on public health for preventive medicine graduates could serve as a start to build a more resilient and capable disease control system in combatting unforeseen epidemic of diseases in the future.


Zeng, W., Li, G., Turbat, V., Hu, G., Ahn, H., Shen, J. (2020). Optimizing preventive medicine to bridge the gap between clinical medicine and public health for disease control in China: A lesson from COVID-19. Preventive Medicine, 143. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ypmed.2020.106324

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