The application deadline has passed. Thank you for your interest!
The Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) and Prevention Research Center on Nutrition and Physical Activity (PRC) co-sponsor the Leaders in Health program – now seeking applicants for our Fall 2020 cohort! The training is led by Bekka Lee, a research scientist focused on designing and evaluating community-based prevention interventions, and Ra’Shaun Nalls, the school’s Director of Community Engagement, with support from masters and doctoral students.
The goal of this 8-week program is to build the capacity of our community partners by providing participants with an introduction to public health, including the fundamentals of community-based participatory research (CBPR) and program design & evaluation. We are looking for a diverse group of participants who represent organizations in Massachusetts that are working to improve population health. Applications are due on September 9.
For more information, visit our website and check out these featured stories:
- Annual program brings community health leaders to campus to hone skills
- Boston community health workers get public health training in Harvard Chan program
- Harvard Public Health Magazine: Front Lines – Spring 2018 (bottom of the page)