Public health-related books to listen to

January 21, 2010 —

Looking for interesting books related to public health and ways to change the world? Here are a few suggestions that are available on They continue to have an introductory rate of $7.49 for new members.

1.       The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell

2.       A Branded World: Adventures in Public Relations and the Creation of Superbrands by Michael Levine

3.       ***FREE with trial offer*** Leading Change: Why Transformation Efforts Fail by John P. Kotter

4.       ***FREE with trial offer*** Public Speaking: Feel Confident and Comfortable Speaking in Public by Darren Marks

Audible books are nice if you want to multi-task and you can even get through a book on a treadmill. Let us know if you’ve already read any these books and what you would recommend.

Tea Nguyen is a dual degree D.P.M./M.P.H. student at DMU. She was born in Utah but raised in California and left the great state to be at one of the best podiatry school in the country.

She has aspirations in international medical service trips and hopes to hit several continents during this lifetime. Traveling is also on the top of her to-do list and she often reminisces about her prior travels to Italy, France and Greece. She also enjoys eating adventures with her boyfriend Paul and is a major food-snacker. It is not uncommon to find her lapsed in a food coma in the middle of her studies.


  • Courtney

    Hey Tea, I am about to finish The Tipping Point and have thoroughly enjoyed it! Let me know what you think of it!

  • Tea

    Courtney, I just finished it! I really like some of the concepts regarding social epidemiology. It’s so fascinating and brings light into how the little things really can made a huge different. (I didn’t know Hush Puppies were such a big deal at one point.) My favorite part was comparing Sesame Street to Blue’s Clue. That’s some smart stuff.