Ohio Hospital Newswire


OSU Offers Annual Population Health Summer Program




The Ohio State University College of Public Health is set to host the 2017 Summer Program in Population Health June 19-23 in Columbus. The program provides an opportunity for individuals to learn in an atmosphere of intense scholarship and collaboration. Summer program participants will gain practical skills in collecting and using data, as well as build capacity to address state health priorities such as maternal and infant health, chronic disease and mental health and substance use.
Professionals working in public health, health care, local and state government, community health, health data analytics and academia are encouraged to attend.
This year, the College is bringing in instructors from across the state and US to provide an exceptional continuing education experience in population health. Courses include:  

  • Addiction and Mental Illness: The Public Health Crisis Impacting Ohio's Communities  
  • Value-Based Care: Payment Redesign and Care Re-engineering 
  • Epidemiology of Poverty
  • Health System Data Analysis
  • Place & Health Equity
  • Applied Survival and Event History Analysis
  • A Short Course on Small Area Estimation
  • Promoting Social & Built Environments to Support Health Food Access in the Community
  • Geographic Information Systems for Public Health
  • Developing, Designing and Performing Local Surveys
For more information and registration, click here
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