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"Identity and Resiliency: An Exploration of the Black Experience in Academic Medicine"

January 30, 2018  -- Madison, WI

Keynote speaker, Dr. Feranmi Okanlami, will chronicle his journey of resiliency in the face of unbelievable circumstances while successfully achieving his dream of becoming a physician. In addition to the plenary session, attendees are encouraged to select one of two break out sessions.

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Monitoring Disparities in Prevention & Treatment of HIV, Viral Hepatitis, STDs and TB

The American Journal of Public Health (AJPH) is seeking original research articles, brief reports, systematic reviews, commentaries, analytic or historical essays, and public health practice reports related to methods, metrics, and indicators for preventing and treating HIV, STDs, viral hepatitis, and TB and for promoting adolescent and school health.

Submit your papers by January 31, 2018

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Welcome to WiCPHET

Building upon both long-standing relationships and partnerships in Wisconsin's public health education community, the Wisconsin Center for Public Health Education and Training (WiCPHET), housed in the University of Wisconsin-Madison's School of Medicine and Public Health's Department of Population Health Sciences,  began to work towards the development of a competent, sufficient, and diverse public health workforce to promote and protect health. Developed in 2010 and supported by HRSA funding, the WiCPHET began to strategically coordinate the academic and public health training resources in the State of Wisconsin in order to

  • Cultivate the pipeline of future public health professionals,
  • Integrate statewide professional preparation and continuing education opportunities, and
  • Strengthen professional development for the existing public health workforce throughout Wisconsin, especially those working with underserved populations.

When HRSA funding for individual states ended in 2014, the WiCPHET became part of the Region V Great Lakes Public Health Training Collaborative (GLPHTC). GLPHTC was created to improve the nation's public health by strengthening the competencies of the current and future public health workforce through the provision of education and training services.

GLPHTC serves the HRSA Region V area and consists of the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health, which functions as the Collaborative's central office, Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, the University of Michigan School of Public Health, the University of Minnesota School of Public Health, The Ohio State University College of Public Health, and the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (WiCPHET).

On this website you will find links to videos, podcasts and continuing education modules related to a variety of public health topics. New materials will regularly be added to the site, so please check back to see what other educational offerings are available.

 

Training Highlights from the Public Health Learning Network