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Strengthening Local Public Health Through Training & Education

The mission of the Local Public Health Institute (Institute) is to improve public health and preparedness capabilities and the health of the residents of the Commonwealth by creating, implementing, and sustaining workforce development activities for local public health and other public health system partners.

Local public health professionals are busier than ever, and their training needs are more complex. In order to make the training accessible statewide, the Institute leverages a variety of training delivery methods, including traditional classroom trainings, asynchronous online modules, live webinar sessions, and blended formats. For a full list of Institute offerings, please go to our Training page.

In addition to training, the Institute also sponsors the following program to support public health workforce development.

Fellows of the Local Public Health Institute of MA are selected for their demonstrated mastery of public health practice concepts, commitment to professional development, and willingness to act as stewards for public health practice in MA.

The LPHI Fellows of 2015 (From L to R): Bettye Anderson Frederic, Leila Mercer, Derek Fullertonm, Sharon Cameron, and Sheryl Knutsen. They are flanked by Suzanne Condon, Associate Commissioner, MDPH (far left) and Professor Wayne LaMorte, BU SPH (far right).

The LPHI Fellows of 2015 (From L to R): Bettye Anderson Frederic, Leila Mercer, Derek Fullerton, Sharon Cameron, and Sheryl Knutsen. They are flanked by Suzanne Condon, Associate Commissioner, MDPH (far left) and Professor Wayne LaMorte, BU SPH (far right).

 

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