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Guidance for Leaders in Times of Global Pandemic Published by NCIPH's Gene Matthews and Former NCIPH Director Ed Baker

Extraordinary times call for extraordinary leadership. UNC-Gillings faculty and former NCIPH Director Edward L. Baker MD, MPH; Robert Irwin, MA; and NCIPH’s Gene Matthews, JD have decades of public health leadership experience. They share their wealth of knowledge in a new article published on the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice Direct website, “Thoughts... Read more »

Urland to lead NC Institute for Public Health

September 12, 2019
Douglas W. Urland has been named director of the North Carolina Institute for Public Health, effective November 4. “Doug’s recruitment is a tremendous plus for NCIPH,” said Dean Barbara K. Rimer.

UNC Gillings Epidemiology Students Bring Data Analysis Training to Public Health Practitioners

UNC Gillings Epidemiology Students Bring Data Analysis Training to Public Health Practitioners Three doctoral students from the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health’s Department of Epidemiology, with support from the North Carolina Institute for Public Health (NCIPH), recently debuted their one-day introductory workshop on R language and the RStudio environment for 22 state and... Read more »

Get to Know Our Graduate Students!

Get to Know Our Graduate Students! NCIPH regularly draws on the talents and expertise of faculty and students in our work, and this year has been no exception. In projects ranging from our statewide training needs assessment to consulting on data and metrics for the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, we have an awesome student... Read more »

National health equity research webcast key takeaways

Nov. 2, 2018 The National Health Equity Research Webcast (NHERW) is an annual conversation on issues affecting minority populations. The most recent topic, “From Awareness to Action: Leveraging Resiliency in the Context of Toxic Stress and Adverse Childhood Experiences,” aired live on September 28th. NCIPH Training Associate Ki’Yonna Jones, MHA/MBA, shares some of her takeaways... Read more »