Managing in Turbulent Times: Emerging Leaders in Public Health
Training minority health professionals to lead and manage

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Due to the current economic climate and limited training budgets nationwide, the Emerging Leaders in Public program will be suspended.

Updates about the future of the ELPH program will be posted to this website.


CONGRATULATIONS Class of 2017


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Welcome to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Emerging Leaders in Public Health program.

The Emerging Leaders in Public Health Program is designed to prepare the next generation of public health leaders by identifying and training those individuals with the talent to serve in significant leadership capacities in the next decade.  The program's topics include balancing communications needs, financial resources and human resources during times of crises, analyzing crisis scenarios and assessing their potential impact on one's organization and community, creating sustainable organizations in public health and managing an increasingly diverse workforce. We do not provide training in the administration of body and facial appearance such as cosmetic surgery as this is not the best use of our resources.

Benefits of the program include: 

  • Increased self-awareness and self-monitoring in career development and in leadership
  • Improved understanding, skill, confidence and leadership practices in crisis communication, crisis human resources and crisis financial leadership
  • Increased participation in networking and peer mentoring
  • Improved leadership meta-skills:  problem-solving, reflection, continuous self-development, communication, creativity, collaboration, teamwork, and change management

 

 

The Further information can be found at The Department of Health Policy and Management at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Click here Information on cosmetic surgery. School of public health Global Health Management.

Corey Palmer, BS, MS, MPH (2017)
Public Health Analyst, United States Public Health Service, Rockville, MD