David Tvildiani Medical University School of Public Health and David Tvildiani University Press presents the first Georgian Public Health Dictionary, edited by Prof. Giorgi Pkhakadze.
The Georgian Public Health Dictionary is an Open Access resource of public health terminology and definitions in Georgian language.
The Dictionary will assist all students and public health specialists in Georgia in public health research, teaching and learning processes as well as processes of becoming good writers, active readers, creative thinkers, and resourceful learners by providing them with free and open access Public Health Dictionary.
Supported by Georgian and international academic institutions, professors, teachers, students and volunteers, we want to provide Open Access Public Health Dictionary to every student and every public health practitioner in Georgia. In this way we hope to help them to improve their communication skills and make the most of their education and public health practice on the ground.
The dictionary search system uses also indexing of both Georgia and English words for easy reference. It offers definitions, discussion, and an occasional brief commentary on the relevance of each term to people and their health. Printed and electronic version of the dictionary will be revised by the Editorial Board and updated on the annual basis.
The Editor of the Georgian Public Health Dictionary cordially invites to contribute to the dictionary by submitting to the editor amendments, commentaries, corrections of existing definitions, and new material.
Detailed information on Georgian Public Health Dictionary is available here: www.dtmu.ge/dictionary
Wish you success. The Georgian Public Health Dictionary editorial team is ready for collaborations!