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What does COPH stand for?

COPH stands for College of Public Health

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The Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawaii, the University of Kentucky College of Public Health and the Vermont Public Health Association are now in the strategic planning process of exploring and developing public health institutes with technical support from the network.
Collaborating closely with the Division of Medical Management (DMM) of the College of Public Health Medicine of South Africa (CPHMSA), SASMM has been working to re-establish the specialty of medical management, which is already recognised in many countries, such as Australia, India, New Zealand, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
In addition, he is the recipient of the Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellowship from the National Academy of Sciences, a Congressional Fellow for the US House of Representatives Appropriations and Budget Committees, and has acted as a Principal Investigator for the National Institute of Health Policy project, as well as other investigations into Health Policy and Coverage management In his role as founding Dean of the College of Public Health at the University of Nebraska Medical Centre, Dr Noren was in charge of the design and implementation of the college organisation, recruitment of new faculty and staff, and the development of an expanded educational and research enterprise.
The Riyadh campus hosts six colleges: College of Medicine, College of Dentistry, College of Pharmacy, College of Public Health and Health Informatics, College of Applied Medical Sciences and College of Nursing.
Today, a study conducted by researchers at the Ohio State University College of Public Health found that American prisons have almost completely reversed their tobacco policies — no prisoner was being given free tobacco in 2007, yet 96 percent were offered smoke-free living areas.