[ RadSafe ] MPH

Sandy Perle sandyfl at earthlink.net
Thu Dec 29 09:36:57 CST 2005

On 29 Dec 2005 at 0:34, farbersa at optonline.net wrote:

> Many MPH or MSPH programs involve extensive coursework in
> biostatistics and epidemiology so don't be too quick to dismiss an
> analysis of some issue based solely on the individual having an MPH
> degree.

I agree!  Dr. Phil Plato, formerly at University of Michigan and 
responsible for the first Draft NVLAP Program, and also responsible 
for leading the 1st Performance Test Lab back in the '80s, has a MPH.

Sad how some automatically judge a person by their credentials, 
without any real evidence, background or knowledge. Not very 
scientific ... is it?

Sandy Perle
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