Addressing Public Health Disparities

Title of Program

Addressing Public Health Disparities


Stacked badges that lead to a micro-credential related to public health disparities. Program includes one course combined with a local, a national, and an international outreach experience.

Who is eligible for the Addressing Public Health Disparities program?

This program is open to licensed health care professionals, students (undergraduate and graduate) and faculty teaching in health profession programs, who are interested in gaining a perspective on public health and participating in collaborative practice outreach missions.

What skills will I obtain?

This program provides local, national, and international experiences that enable collaboration with non-profit organizations, educators, students and practitioners to function as part of a multi-disciplinary team to provide screenings, education, and direct patient care to those that need it most.

How long will it take to complete this program?

Two-three semesters. Length of program will depend on participants availability for national and international outreach experiences.

What will I earn when I complete this program?

Upon completion of the full program you will earn a notation on your academic transcript as well as a series of badges that you may use on your digital resume or social media sites. Alternatively, you may opt for one or two badges only, depending upon your own goals and objectives.

Required courses: Micro-credential

EEH 521

Course Title and Description

Micro-credential Badge Information

Directions on how to enroll

Interested parties should complete and submit the following form.

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