North Carolina Institute for Public Health

Brianah Williams, left, is working toward a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health Education at North Carolina Central University. At the Institute, she is analyzing and summarizing pre- and post-training competency data collected from evidence-based public health trainings. Krista Sills, right, is a student at Liberty University working on a Master of Public Health degree in Health Promotion. She is moving the Institute’s Principles and Practices of Public Health Nursing course to an online platform.

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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Spotlight

Public Health Law Training Series
The North Carolina Institute for Public Health in collaboration with the School of Government at UNC Chapel Hill recently developed a NC Public Health Law online training series, which includes three interactive modules for public health practitioners in North Carolina on the most up-to-date information about bloodborne pathogens, isolation and quarantine, and communicable disease control law. Read more.

 

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