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21st Annual Summer Program in Population Health

The Summer Program courses are taught by national experts in Population Health. Courses educate and train practitioners, researchers and students in population health methods and builds their capacity to address emerging health priorities. Courses are designed to appeal to a broad range of professionals interested in understanding and improving the health of communities.

The 21st Annual Summer Program in Population Health has adapted this year’s program to a complete virtual format due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All courses range from 7 - 14 hours in length and are self-paced.

Registration will remain open through July 27, 2020 and participants will have until August 31, 2020 to complete any online courses. Continuing education units are available for nurses, CHES/MCHES, registered sanitarians and those who are Certified in Public Health. 

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