There’s a new voice in the public health blogosphere: Target Population, a blog by students from the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services. The students are enrolled in Blogging Skills for Public Health, a class Celeste and I are teaching this semester.

Although the blog is new, it already boasts several thought-provoking posts on a wide range of topics, including Zimbabwe’s cholera epidemic, a new anti-smoking campaignthe U.S. vaccine plan, restaurant inspections, and hospital preparedness.

We encourage you to check out Target Population, and add it to your bookmarks or RSS feed so you can stay up-to-date on what the next generation of public health professionals is thinking.