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Editors

Editor-in-Chief: Glen Mays, PhD, MPH
Professor, University of Kentucky
Editors: Paul Halverson, DrPH, MHSA
Dean, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI
  Peggy HonorĂ©, DHA, MHA
Director, Public Health System, Finance, and Quality Program
in the Department for Health and Human Services
  William Riley, PhD
Professor, University of Minnesota
  F. Douglas Scutchfield, MD
Professor, University of Kentucky
  Robert M Shapiro II, MALS
Public Health Librarian, University of Kentucky
Managing Editor Marylou Wallace, MPH
University of Kentucky
 

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Frontiers in Public Health Services and Systems Research features peer-reviewed articles that offer brief descriptions of preliminary findings from an ongoing or recently completed empirical study or quality improvement project that answers a question of importance regarding the organization, financing, and delivery of public health services; the structure, operation, and management of public health delivery systems; the application of quality improvement methods in public health settings; and/or the impact of these endeavors on population health. Findings must have the potential to guide future public health practice, health policy, and research. Frontiers is intended to provide quick access to actionable public health infrastructure research to improve public health practice at the state and local level. It is of use to practitioners, policy makers and researchers.

Current Issue: Vol. 3, No. 2, April 2014

Articles

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Editorial Comment: A Method for Identifying Positive Deviant Local Health Departments in Maternal and Child Health
Sharla A. Smith PhD, MPH; Michael A. Preston PhD, MPH; and Marylou Wallace MPH

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The Effects of the Changes in Section 317 Rules for Administration of Federally Purchased Vaccines
Margaret A. Knight, Anne D. Kershenbaum, Martha Buchanan, Janet Ridley, and Paul C. Erwin