Apply Now for the National Leadership Academy for the Public's Health!

Are You a Leader Working Across Sectors?

The National Leadership Academy for the Public’s Health (NLAPH) offers an innovative approach by bringing together teams of leaders from multiple sectors to actively engage their communities to  achieve health equity.

Do You Learn By Doing?

We use blended learning modalities including webinars, a retreat, coaching from national experts, and peer networking to advance your team’s skills and knowledge.  Your leadership practice will be further refined and deepened as your team works together on an applied health leadership project to improve population health.

Do You Want To Advance Your Leadership Practice?

After the 12-month program you will have:

  • Individual leadership mastery
  • The ability to work effectively across sectors
  • The knowledge to apply action learning principles to achieve quality improvement
  • The skills to use appropriate data for planning, assessment, monitoring and evaluation
  • The commitment to integrate a public health perspective, including social determinants of health and health equity, into your work

Eligibility – NLAPH is available for teams of four people in current leadership roles.  Teams must be multi-sector including representatives from the public, private and non-profit sectors.  Each team must have one member from the public health department.  All team members must be able to commit 100 hours to the program and attend a three-day retreat in Atlanta, GA from March 3-6, 2013.

Cost – NLAPH is free for all selected teams including the cost of round-trip transportation and lodging at the national retreat, access to all program material and archived webinars, and enrollment in the Leadership Learning Network after completion of the program year.

Funding – NLAPH is run by the Center for Health Leadership and Practice (CHLP), a Center of the Public Health Institute (PHI) and is funded by the Centers for Disease Control.

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Applications due by November 14, 2012. 

NLAPH 2013 Announcement

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