Courtney Tompkins March 3, 2008Public health workers needed! The U.S. will need 250,000 more public health workers by 2020, according to a new study by the Association of Schools of Public Health. Schools of public health will have to train three times the current number of students, for the next 12 years, to meet the need,Read the full report: ASPH studyDMU offers a Master’s of Public Health program. 28 students graduated from the program last year. Classes are offered evenings, weekends or online. Some students take all the classes online – never taking a class on our campus. Current students range in age from 21 to 65 and live in 12 states and seven countries.Of course, some graduates of our other programs will also fill the public health need as osteopathic and podiatric physicians, physician assistants or health care administrators.Visit our website to learn more about a career in public health! 2 responses to “Public health workers needed!” Good information..Log in to Reply DMU (Des Moines University) site is very helpful for the answers of the questions about Global health. The Global Health Program consider how dynamic processes of change affect health worldwide. It views health issues and health care in all countries , including the United States. These program influenced by health and disease. It provides an understanding of related phenomena, such as infections and chronic diseases,environmental hazards,climate change and natural disasters, fitness ,use of drugs, interventions against violence, war and injuries, links etc. DMU has exciting opportunities to learn more on global health.Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.