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People who study "Public medicine" investigate the history, practice, and future of public health.

Several topics in "Public medicine" include prevention, epidemics, outbreaks, vaccination.

Goals of "Public medicine" include refine the practice and outcomes of public health efforts.

A few notable experts of "Public medicine" include Atul Gawande, Alan Petersen, John Ashton.

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