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    How to Focus Your Training and Professional Development Efforts to Improve the Skills of Your Organizations Public Health WorkforceJuly 22, 2011
    Ron Bialek, MPP CEO and President, Public Health Foundation
    John Moran, PhD Senior Quality Advisor, Public Health Foundation and
    Senior Fellow, University of Minnesota, School of Public Health

2.PHF Mission:
We improve the publics health by strengthening the quality and performance of public health practice
Innovative Solutions. Measurable Results.
3. Presentation Learning Objectives

Understand the Core Competencies for Public Health Professionals
Understand the Core Competencies strengths and weaknesses of your health department
Understand how a tool of quality improvement can help prioritize what Core Competencies to focus on
Explain how the use of the Advanced Quality Improvement Tools in a defined sequence makes problem solving more focused and successful
Use one of the Advanced Quality Improvement Tools, Prioritization Matrix, in a participative exercise
4. Overview
Given current economic, organizational, and political realities, are there particular competencies where it makes sense to focus your Public HealthDepartments limited professional development time and funds?
This session will discuss the Core Competencies for Public Health Professionals and a method to prioritize these Core Competencies to identify ones that will help your organization meet the realities of today.
5. Council on Linkages Between Academia and Public Health Practice
Dedicated to improving public health practice and education by:
Fostering, coordinating, and monitoring links between academia and the public health and healthcare community
Developing and advancing innovative strategies to build and strengthen public health infrastructure
Creating a process for continuing public health education throughout ones career
Funded by CDC and HRSA
Staffed by PHF
6. Council on Linkages BetweenAcademia and Public Health Practice
American College of Preventive Medicine
American Public Health Association
Association of Public Health Laboratories
Association of Schools of Public Health
Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
Association of University Programs in Health Administration
Association for Prevention Teaching and Research
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health
Council of Accredited Masters of Public Health Programs
Health Resources and Services Administration
National Association of County and City Health Officials
National Association of Local Boards of Health
National Environmental Health Association
National Network of Public Health Institutes
National Library of Medicine
National Public Health LeadershipDevelopment Network
Quad Council of Public Health Nursing Organizations
Society for Public Health Education
The overall objective of the Council is to improve the relevance of public health education to practice and to promote education throughout ones career
Grew out of the Public Health Faculty/Agency Forum
19 national organizations
7. The Core Competencies for Public Health Professionals
Are a set of skills desirable for the broad practice of public health
Reflect characteristics that staff of public health organizations may want to possess as they work to protect and promote health in the community
Are designed to serve as a starting point for academic and practice organizations to understand, assess and meet training and workforce needs
8. History of the Core Competencies
9. About the Core Competencies

  • Purpose: to help strengthen public health workforce development

10. Original Core Competencies adopted (April 2001) 11. Set of skills, knowledge and attitudes 12. Specified skill levels 13. Focus on the practice of public health in different settings and sectors 14. Difficult to measureintentional 15. Re-visit every 3 years