Who is Franklin White?
Franklin MM White is a Canadian public health scientist-scholar-practitioner. His main contributions are in capacity building for international and global public health education, research and development. An exponent of field epidemiology, monitoring and evaluation, notable career highlights include: former President, Canadian Public Health Association 1986-88; Director, Caribbean Epidemiology Centre 1989-95; Medal of Honor recipient 1997, Pan American Health Organization; Chair, Community Health Sciences, Aga Khan University 1998-2003; founder, Pacific Health & Development Sciences Inc., and as of 2013, adjunct professor at Dalhousie University and University of Victoria.
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