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Online Mentor Program earns Association of Schools of Public Health Best Practice Award

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The Florida Public Health Training Center (FPHTC) received the Best Practice Award for its Online Mentor Program’s web-based portal. The honor was bestowed by the Association of Schools of Public Health at the Health Resources and Services Administration Annual Conference held in Rockville, Maryland on August 29-30. The FPHTC, which […]

PHP alumnus accepts faculty position with the University of Indianapolis

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Damian Stanziano, PhD recently accepted an associate professor position with the University of Indianapolis Center on Aging and Community (CAC). His appointment begins this fall. The CAC is comprised of faculty from all areas of gerontology and is well-known for its graduate program. The master of science in gerontology degree is designated as one […]

COPH alumnus brings the health department to the classroom

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Todd Patrick, MPH (PHP,’09) is the Area 6 prevention training consultant and HIV/AIDS surveillance coordinator for the Hillsborough County Health Department in Tampa. However, he also doubles as an instructor in the college’s undergraduate program. For the second semester in a row, Patrick taught “Critical Issues in the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in America.”  […]

Center for Leadership in Public Health Practice News

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Florida Public Health Training Center (FPHTC) – The Florida Public Health Training Center (FPHTC), part of the USF College of Public Health’s Center for Leadership in Public Health Practice (CLPHP), presented the following on-site training programs to Florida Department of Health employees and their community partners: FIRST – Field Investigator Response and Surveillance Training in Ocala, FL on March 5, 2012 with 22 participants in attendance.  FIRST is an 8 hour onsite program developed to help public health staff who may be called upon to assist epidemiology staff during a surge […]