New Article published in the journal Frontiers in Public Health

In June 2022, a multidisciplinary open-access journal Frontiers in Public Health published an article:  The State of Public health education and science during and after the fall of the Soviet Union: achievements, remaining challenges, and future priorities, by George Gotsadze, Nino Mirzikashvili, Dali Kekelidze, Sopio Kalandarishvili, Iagor Kalandadze, Ivane Abiatari, Akaki Zoidze.

In the post–COVID-19 world, when the adequacy of public health workforce education is being critically re-evaluated, this study undertakes a historical analysis of how the educational and scientific field of public health developed during and after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. The study intends to historically contextualize public health education and science development in former Soviet Republics. It attempts to document achievements after gaining independence and identify remaining challenges that need to be addressed for advancing public health science and education in Former Soviet Union countries to better prepare them for future pandemics and address current health challenges of the nations.

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