As Maureen McCue so aptly describes in this second issue of the International Journal of Global Health, public health professionals can and often do play a crucial role in responding to natural disasters like Hurricane Mitch. But with the world still shuddering from the events on September 11th when over 5,000 people were killed in terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, public health professionals and those who educate them are now also compelled to examine and expand their roles in responding to a new global threat - now evident to all.
International Journal of Global Health
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Koch, Susan J.
"September 11th and Beyond: What is the Role for Public Health?,"
International Journal of Global Health: Vol. 1
, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/ijgh/vol1/iss2/2