We work to improve health, reduce health disparities, and prevent injuries and illnesses in Georgia through research, service, leadership and training.
Health Sciences Campus
1120 15th Street
Augusta, GA 30912
The Healthy Georgia: Our State of Public Health report is designed to be a single consolidated resource with the latest available data on the state of public health in Georgia for use by legislators, public health professionals, and other key stakeholders. IPPH faculty analyze data from various sources to highlight differences, both positive and negative, between Georgia, its neighboring states in the Southeast region, and the United States as a whole. Disparities within our state based on race/ethnicity, income, and place of residence (rural/urban) are also featured.
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Healthy Georgia Report: Downloadable version
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Over time, the research and service initiatives of the Institute will cover all five core competency areas of public health and preventive health: health management and administration, epidemiology, behavioral health and health education, environmental and occupational health, and biostatistics.
As the Institute of Public and Preventative Health we achieve our mission through research, service, leadership and training. Our vision includes: health behavior screening and education, community health update for public and private stackholders, public and preventative health seminar series and development of new public health research projects.
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