Building Capacity for Healthy Communities
Bridging knowledge and expertise at the Gillings School, our mission is to facilitate collaborative solutions to population health challenges in North Carolina and beyond.
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
- Link students to research projects and practica
Explore our website or contact our team to learn more about our services and how we can work with you or your organization.
Our Emerging Leaders in Public Health program (ELPH) has officially graduated over 100 transformative leadersCohort III celebrated their graduation in Tuscon, Arizona. ELPH is a national leadership development initiative that equips local governmental public health officers with knowledge and skills to lead in today’s changing health care environment
Douglas W. Urland, MPA, has been named Director of the NCIPH"Doug's recruitment is a tremendous plus for NCIPH," said Barbara K. Rimer, DrPh, dean and Alumni Distinguished Professor at the Gillings School. "He comes with a strong understanding of local public health, several parts of the state and North Carolina as a whole."
NCIPH staff maps social determinants to inform community health improvementThe team defined three categories of interest – Social Resources, Economics, and Housing and Transportation – and used U.S. Census and U.S. Department of Agriculture data to map 12 health determinants including education levels, English language ability, access to food and transportation, income, employment, health insurance and housing costs.
North Carolina Local Health Department Accreditation 2018-2019 Annual ReportThe theme of this year’s annual report is building connections. As the program continues to grow and evolve, we are working to strengthen the connections of public health professionals locally and across the state.
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Driving the Future: Assessment of the North Carolina Local Public Health WorkforceThis comprehensive survey report of the statewide public health workforce is now available for viewing.