Implementing Community Health Initiatives: A Field-based Course in Leadership and Consultation

SPH MC 802

This course is designed for public health students from diverse backgrounds who aspire to be effective leaders for change in community health settings. Students work in teams to define and address a specific challenge with partners in a community health center or organization. Course sessions engage students in learning and teaching key concepts, theories, and practices in management, leadership, and community partnership. Students apply tools to define a challenge, scan the environment, investigate evidence, define interests of key stakeholders, map organizational processes, align and mobilize constituents, synthesize findings, and communicate findings and recommendations to the client organization in a polished presentation and consultant report. Throughout the course, students learn to build strong teams, create breakthroughs when breakdowns occur, and assess themselves and others as team players. The course prepares students to act as collaborative consultants in real-world professional settings.

FALL 2017 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 McCloskey CTC 460A W 2:00 pm-4:50 pm MED Campus
Class Closed

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