North Carolina Institute for Public Health

Emerging Leaders in Public Health is a leadership development initiative, supported by The Kresge Foundation, aimed at developing current and future local governmental public health officials to transform their agencies and improve the health of their communities. The official call for applications will be open January 4-February 20, 2017. Visit www.Kresge.org/elph for more information.

Message from the Director
"The Institute is the cornerstone of our School’s outreach and service with a vision of transforming public health across North Carolina and beyond. We train the public health workforce and develop solutions for some of our most pressing public health concerns."
Anna P. Schenck, PhD, MSPH
NCIPH Director and Associate Dean of Public Health Practice

The North Carolina Institute for Public Health puts public health in action.

Our mission is to deliver training, conduct research and provide technical assistance to transform the practice of public health for all. NCIPH works with our partners to:

  • conduct training and education for the public health workforce;
  • collaborate on technical assistance, research and evaluation projects;
  • translate research to practice;
  • publish and present scholarly practice-based work; and
  • link students to research projects and practica.
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An Overview of NCIPH

Staff

IMPACT, December 2016 issue of NCIPH’s newsletter

NCIPH 2015-2016 Annual Report

NCIPH 2015-2016 Annual Report

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Spotlight

NCIPH Launches Pilot of New Tool to Map Social Determinants of Health

Social determinants of health: a big phrase describing the daily fabric of your life. Your place of residence, mode of play, workplace, and worship habits may not seem health-related, but in fact these “upstream” factors not only influence overall quality of life, but also have a significant influence on population health outcomes.

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