Summer Program

June 26 – 29, 2023


Courses Offered in Session 1 (6/26 – 6/27):

  • Environmental Epidemiology: A Brief Introduction for Public Health Professionals 
  • Strategic Change and Change Management
  • Strategic Communications

Courses Offered in Session 2 (6/28 – 6/29):

  • Graphical and Inferential Statistical Programming in R for Environmental Epidemiology 
  • Using Data for Decision Making 
  • Innovative Evaluation Approaches for Emergent Public Health Needs
  • Skills for Budgeting & Financial Management


Early Bird Rate: $475

Regular Rate: $600

**Student discount available**

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The Summer Program in Population Health is hosted at the Nationwide & Farm Bureau 4-H Center in Columbus, OH

The Annual Summer Program in Population Health prepares public health practitioners and other professionals with the tools and best practices needed to address new challenges in keeping our communities healthy. Through courses taught by national experts, the Summer Program educates and trains practitioners, researchers and students in population health methods and builds their capacity to address emerging health priorities. The program is intended to appeal to a broad range of professionals who are interested in understanding and improving the health of communities.

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Who should attend?

Professionals working in public health, health care, local and state government, community health, health data analytics and academia.


For an in-depth look at a past participant’s experience with the Summer Program and how course material translates into real-world practice CLICK HERE!


Feedback from 2022 Summer Program participants:

“The courses were all very different and gave many opportunities for growth.”

“Learning new things and taking back a wealth of knowledge to apply to my everyday work.”

“I liked the structure of one class for two days. I also really liked the courses that were offered; I had a difficult time choosing. The location was also very convenient.”