The Public Health and Preventive Medicine specialist demonstrates skills in leadership; development of public policy; design, implementation
The Public Health & Preventive Medicine specialist can engage in a number of careers, for example:
the practice of public health at a local, regional, national or international level;
the planning and administration of health services, whether in institutions or in government;
clinical practice in community-oriented settings;
the assessment and control of occupational and environmental health problems;
teaching and research.
From “Objectives of Training in Public Health and Preventive Medicine.” Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
Public (Government) Service:
International Health Consultant:
Occupational Health Consultant:
Research and Education: