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The modern public health model for leadership will unlikely be the omniscient figure with easy answers.51 Rather the public health leader of the future may well be the transcendent, collaborative «servant leader»50,52 who knits and aligns disparate voices together behind a common mission. They...
It is important to remember the basic organizational and behavioral principles that (1) we cannot address problems of which we are unaware, and (2) knowledge alone is never enough to create change. Meaningful change requires commitment at both institutional and individual levels. Using the EDICT...
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