Whitney P. Witt: 'Harness the Big Data Revolution' to Support Maternal and Child Health

The inaugural dean of Lehigh's new College of Health authored a guest post about maternal and child health on Public Heath Newswire's website.

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Stephen Gross

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Whitney P. Witt

As the American Public Health Association celebrated National Public Health Week, they spotlighted daily themes with a series of guest posts from APHA members.

Whitney P. Witt, the inaugural dean of Lehigh’s College of Health, was selected to write about the theme of maternal and child health. Her post, 'Big Data Holds Huge Promise for Maternal and Child Health,' can be found on Public Health Newswire's website.

Witt currently serves as chair of APHA's Maternal and Child Health Section.

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Stephen Gross

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