Total Credits: 1.0 including 1 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)
Differentiate the history and threats of emerging diseases
Distinguish the likely emerging diseases of the 21st Century
Mitigate the factors leading to an emerging disease outbreak and its enduring prevalance
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|Emerging Disease Outbreaks.pdf (5.00 MB)||48 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Capt. Ha Tang, DO is a board certified family medicine physician with the United States Public Health Service, Indian Health Service, in Tuba City, Arizona. A graduate of Western University of Health Sciences, Dr. Tang is a general medical officer in the United States Navy. He is currently the Deputy Chief of Family Medicine Department at the Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation. Dr. Tang also is an adjunct associate clinical professor at the Dartmouth Medical School, Community/Family Medicine Department.
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