To learn more about a course and/or pre-register for a course we offer, complete the Contact Us form at the bottom of the page.
This course is an introductory course about public health, but it is unlike the courses you may have taken in a university setting. It has been designed for individuals who are: unfamiliar with the field, interested in pursing training in the field and transitioning from trainee (any level) to full-time employee.
This course covers basic research skills by providing tips, best practices and templates as well as exploring beliefs about research. Students will learn how to identify reliable sources, critique manuscripts and draft literature reviews. The course will also serve to debunk myths about research in communities of color.
This course is a multi-module course that explores chronic disease for the leading causes of illness and death in the United States. It consists of evidence-based information, prevention and control strategies and resources to help manage health conditions.
This course will explore mentorship, its importance to one's career and life, what to look for in a mentor and the role of a mentee.