The New England Alliance for Public Health Workforce Development

The University of New England School of Community and Population Health is a partner with the HRSA-funded New England Alliance for Public Health Workforce Development. The mission of the Alliance is to promote and deliver collaborative education and training programs among academic, local, state and regional public health agencies to strengthen the competence and capacity of the current and future public health workforce.

The Alliance is structured to serve as the HRSA-funded public health training center for all of New England.  Boston University School of Public Health is the lead agency and administrative home for all Alliance activities. Each University Academic Partner is charged with training public health professionals and leading collaborative projects. UNE is partnered with the Harvard School of Public Health to cover Maine. Other schools involved in the Alliance are the Brown Public Health Program, the University of Massachusetts Amherst School of Public Health and Health Sciences, and the Yale School of Public Health.

UNE and the Harvard School of Public Health will collaborate with state and local public health leaders to identify training needs and deliver high quality training for the current public health workforce. For more information go to the New England Alliance for Public Health Workforce Development website.

Upcoming for 2014

Cultural Competency Training for Public Health Workers in Maine.
“Culturally Sensitive Health Communication”
April 30, 2014.

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Summing it Up 2012: Practical Guidance for Public Health Program Planning, Evaluation, and Survey Design and Use

August 9 and 10, 2012

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Summing it up: Practical Guidance for Public Health Program Planning, Evaluation and Data Use

July 28, 2011 

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Climate Change Conference

April 7, 2010

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