TPHTC Governmental Public Health Practice Award Winners to be Recognized

Crider, Nancy
September 2011
Texas Public Health Journal;Fall2011, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p29
Academic Journal
The article offers news briefs related to public health in Texas. Nancy Crider, program manager of Texas public health training center, received the 2011 National safe and healthy housing coalition award. A recent visit made by the University of Texas School of Public Health (UTSPH) to Kickapoo traditional tribe of Texas in order to present training on Healthy homes. Masters and doctorate students of UTSPH are required to complete public health practicum internship program for their graduation.


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