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... This vision rests on the recognition that outcomes such as improved life expectancy, better quality of life, and health for all are shaped by interdependent social, economic, environmental, genetic, behavioral, and health care factors. As such, population health science is not a single discipline but an interdisciplinary field involving cross-sector collaborations to address complex population health problems with multifactorial interventions (Bachrach et al., 2015)
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... The workshop agenda was developed by an independent planning committee chaired by Paula Lantz, professor and associate dean for Research and Policy Engagement at the Gerald R Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan, and included Lila Finney Rutten, Michelle Frisco, Robert Kaplan, Phyllis Meadows, Bobby Milstein, Kathleen Mullan Harris, and Lisa Simpson (see Box 1-1)
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... . In the second panel discussion, speakers representing local health departments, consumers, the federal government, and the private sector provided their perspectives on research priorities (Chapter 5)

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