Our nation’s health depends on a highly skilled and dedicated workforce. The Center for Public Health Practice in the College of Public Health at The Ohio State University supports the professional development of the people and the strategic organizational improvement of the agencies protecting and promoting the health of our citizens.
Public health evolves through training and education that responds to the demands of practice, research that advances the profession, and partnerships that harness the power of collective effort. The Center for Public Health Practice helps you keep pace through our expertise in population health, workforce development, strategic planning, public health accreditation, evaluation, facilitation, and much more. To learn more about the field of public health, check out our public health basics infographic.
We will join you to face head-on emerging public health challenges and recommend strategies and solutions to improve workforce and organizational capacity.
The work of the Center is funded through multiple grants and fee-for-service initiatives including but not limited to: the Ohio Local Public Health Accreditation Support Project and the Region V Public Health Training Collaborative, one of ten regional public health training centers across the country funded through the Health Resources and Services Administration.
CLICK HERE to read about COVID Connect, our initiative to connect subject matter experts with the public as we all respond to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Resources include recorded webinars and COVID-related Literature reviews, provided through a partnership between Ohio State University and the Ohio Department of Health.
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