Workforce Training and Education
We strengthen the skills and capacity of public health professionals through education, training and professional development services and programs.
As part of the Gillings School of Global Public Health, NCIPH serves as a bridge between academia and partners in community organizations and government agencies. NCIPH is part of the School’s longstanding history of delivering training to public health practitioners in North Carolina, the region and the nation.
NCIPH and partners developed Driving the Future: Assessment of the North Carolina Local Public Health Workforce, a statewide training needs assessment of the local public health workforce, to help identify current and future training needs for professionals across North Carolina health departments.
The North Carolina Public Health Leadership Institute, is a year-long leadership development program for public health professionals from the North Carolina Division of Public Health and local public health agencies across the state.
National Health Equity Research Webcast at UNC-CH is an interactive, live-streamed symposium that explores the intersection of health, policy, & diversity.Learn More
Our Principles and Practices of Public Health Nursing course familiarizes participants with public health and basic epidemiological concepts important to the practice of public health and emphasizes a synthesis of nursing practice and public health.
Robin Gault-Winton, MSW
Jenny Palmer, MA
Ready to work with us? Contact Rachel Wilfert, Director of Workforce Training and Education
If you have questions about a particular program or need assistance with registration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.