For the 17th consecutive summer, The Ohio State University College of Public Health in Columbus, OH, with support from the Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center, will educate and train physicians and other health care professionals, researchers, and students in population health methods.
This year’s courses will be held Monday-Friday, June 20-24, at the OSU College of Public Health and will offer a wide variety of topics to meet the needs of a broad population health workforce. Although this year’s cohort starts in June, physicians do not need to complete prerequisite testing, such as the GRE. Physicians can apply with just the basic application and can start the program this summer. Additional details can be found online.
- Public health physicians and other health care professionals, local and state governmental employees, community organization workers, and academic students
- Individuals who have an interest in population health.
If you have questions, please contact Andrew Wapner, DO, director for the Center for Public Health Practice at the OSU College of Public Health or call 614.292.8675.