Dr. Michael Reid shares leadership concepts in poetry and prose

| EOH, Featured News, Global Health, Monday Letter, Our Research

William Michael Reid, PhD, MBA, is author of an article based on his work with the Public Health Leadership Institute of Florida (PHLIF) between 1994 and 2010. The article “Leadership Concepts in Poetry (And Some Prose)” appears in the Florida Public Health Review, Vol. 11, pp. 16-24.


Michael Reid


An emeritus associate professor in the USF College of Public Health, Dr. Reid served as principal investigator for the CDC award that supported the founding of the PHLIF. It was created in response to a “seminal call for greater leadership training for public health workers.”

Dr. Reid assembled a “dream team” to manage the PHLIF operation. Susan Webb, MPH, was co-investigator and assistant director in the Institute’s early years. Later, Danielle Landis, PhD, an adjunct assistant professor in the Departments of Global Health and Environmental and Occupational Health, served as co-investigator and co-director of the Institute.

Together, they prepared and graduated more than 400 professionals in the 15 year history of the Institute.

Reid’s article is based on notes he assembled for workshops and presentations made to Institute scholars and a paper he distributed to graduates when the program ended.

During his 17 years in the college, Dr. Reid served as principal investigator for grants and contracts totaling over $18 million, primarily from the CDC and the Health Resources and Services Administration.

 -General Statement-

Established in 1984 as the first school of public health in the State of Florida, the USF College of Public Health is a recognized leader in community health, online education, maternal and child health, social marketing, and global infectious disease research. Fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health, the college offers 25 concentrations that lead to MHA, MPH, MSPH, DrPH, and PhD degrees, as well as a BSPH, several dual degrees, graduate certificates, and online programs. To learn more about the college committed to passionately solve problems and create conditions that allow every person the universal right to health and well-being, visit www.publichealth.usf.edu.

Tags: , , , , , ,