EPHLI

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EPHLIEnvironmental Public Health Leadership Institute (US CDC and National Public Health Leadership Development Network)
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* HRSA does not have an equivalent to CDC's EPHLI (http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/ ehs/EPHLI);
The competency-based EPHLI curriculum includes the role of environmental public health, systems theory and critical thinking skills, political issues, ethical decision making, collaboration and network development, conflict resolution, and team development.
EPHLI participants are required to develop an individual leadership development plan and a practice project that improves systemic environmental public health at the national, regional, state, or local levels utilizing theory, models, and methods presented in the curriculum.
EPHLI was developed to strengthen the country's environmental
of EPHLI's introduction to systems thinking and community
A Taste of CDC's Environmental Public Health Leadership Institute (EPHLI): An Introduction to Systems Thinking
EPHLI was developed to strengthen the country's environmental public health system by enhancing the leadership capabilities.
* EPHLI final projects can be searched by CDC Health Protection Goal and keyword (http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/ehs/ephli/key-words.htm).
EPHLI trains future leaders to tackle the looming challenges often faced by environmental public health programs:
To illustrate the hard work involved in making new things happen, Bohan cited some of the trainees whom he has mentored through EPHLI.
One way in which NCEH is achieving this goal is through the Environmental Public Health Leadership Institute (EPHLI).
That is precisely why I was quick to apply for a fellowship in the first National Environmental Public Health Leadership Institute (EPHLI).