With a mission to “bridge knowledge and expertise at UNC Gillings by facilitating collaborative solutions to population health challenges in North Carolina and beyond," NCIPH supports local public health agencies, health care and community organizations across the state, region and country.
Statement on COVID-19
In our continued efforts to mitigate the effects of COVID-19, the NCIPH team will all be working remotely to support public health in North Carolina. We would love to hear from you, and our full staff is still working and available during business hours. The best way to contact us during this time of physical distancing is by email rather than phone calls or physical mail.
For more information about COVID-19 and the Gillings School of Global Public Health’s response, please visit their coronavirus information portal.
In light of COVID-19 and the fact that public health agencies are on the front lines of mitigation and response within their communities, many of NCIPH’s training programs and other activities have been modified. Please check individual course pages or reach out to NCIPH staff if you have questions about the status of specific programs.
Wiesman named associate dean for practice at UNC Gillings SchoolDr. John Wiesman has been appointed associate dean for practice at the Gillings School. In this senior leadership role, he will provide guidance to achieve the school’s vision and goals for putting public health training into action. Read More
Congratulations to Our First N.C. Strategic Scholars Cohort!Teams of two from eight N.C. local health departments worked together to earn certificates in financial and administrative skills. With coaching support, they completed agency-specific projects in data informatics, grants management, quality improvement and workforce development. Visit our course catalog for other opportunities.
During COVID-19 crisis, NCIPH supports NC school staff in addressing critical health needsThe North Carolina Healthy Schools Training website is a repository of short, online, educational courses to help school staff be responsive to needs that emerged during the pandemic.
Applications are open!Apply today for our fall n2022 session of Physical Assessment of Adults and STD Nurse Clinician Training combined practicum course!
Emerging Leaders in Public Health respond to COVID-19 in local communities
We're always proud to serve as the national program office for The Kresge Foundation's ELPH program, and especially proud when we see these leaders rising to the occasion across the country. Read the story.
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