The Center for Public Health Practice & Leadership (CPHPL) supports the professional development and capacity-building of alumni, public health professionals, and community-based organizations through workshops, conferences, events, and trainings.
Customized Training and Practice-Related Courses
CPHPL provides quality face-to-face and online trainings, events, courses, and workshops in leadership and professional development, workforce development, new media and health communications, and organizational management in a multicultural society. Activities include:
- Facilitating management training needs at public health departments, community-based organizations, and health systems like the Alameda County Public Health Department, Contra Costa County Department of Public Health, San Francisco Department of Public Health, Asian Health Services and Community Health for Asian Americans. Trainings have included change management, project management, leadership development, strategic planning, community building, and cultural and linguistic humility.
- Workshops, courses, and webinars for public health professionals and alumni to strengthen competencies such as health communications and new media, grant writing, needs assessment, financial management, time management, program planning, and leadership development.
- Online training modules, webinars, and videos focusing on health communications, health reform and policy and advocacy, new media, multicultural health education, and management competencies.
- 21st Century New Media Training Series - Telling Stories That Matter: Visual Storytelling for Health
- Public Health Boots on the Ground: Advocacy and Action Series
- The California Pacific Public Health Training Center (CALPACT): Part of the Pacific Public Health Training Consortium (PPHTC), a Health Services Resources Administration (HRSA)-funded collaborative of three Public Health Training Centers serving California, Nevada, Utah, Hawaii, and the Associated Pacific Territories. The mission of the PPHTC was to develop and maintain a skilled public health workforce in California, Utah, Nevada, Hawaii, and the U.S. Associated Pacific Islands in order to support and enhance individual and community health. Archives of past trainings are available at calpact.org.