Society for Public Health Education
"Helping to improve the health of people through education"
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- Congratulations to two Delta SOPHE members who received awards during the 2018 SOPHE Annual Conference in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. David Birch received the Distinguished Fellow Award, which is the highest honor awarded to a SOPHE member. Dr. Mary Shaw received the SOPHE Trophy, which is an award presented by the SOPHE President to the SOPHE member she/he judges to have contributed most to the success of her/his administration.
- Congratulations goes to Dr. Jen Nickelson for being the MCHES high scorer for the October 2017 exam
Applications are being accepted April 15 - April 20, 2019
Posted: 02 Apr 2019
SOPHE 2020 conference call for abstracts
FYI the call for abstracts for the SOPHE 2020 conference, which will be held in Atlanta, Georga March 17-20 is expected to be released this month! So if any of you are interested in collaborating on a GH CoP roundtable start thinking about what you'd like to present on now. Our group roundtables have been well received in the past and it has been a fun collaboration for our group members. Even if you want to submit, but are unable to attend, another group member who is going can pair with you to cover the presentation on your behalf.
Shanna Livermore, MPH, MCHES, FRSPH
Global Health CoP Co-Chair
To view the complete thread and reply, please visit: http://my.sophe.org/Member-Communities/COP-Forums/aft/2137
Access to academic resources in low and middle-income countries
Thursday and Friday, February 28 and March 1, 2019
Subject: CDC’s Evaluation Fellowship
CDC is now accepting applications for Fellows for the 9th cohort in CDC’s Evaluation Fellowship. Key fellowship info below, full details on our website: https://www.cdc.gov/eval/fellowship/index.htm . Please circulate widely to people you think might be eligible and interested!
KEY INFO: The CDC Evaluation Fellowship Program invites early career professionals (no more than 5 years post grad degree) to apply. Fellows live in Atlanta for two years and work in host programs (e.g., National Asthma Control Program, Center for Global Health). They receive a stipend, health insurance supplement, and a $5K professional development fund each year. Applications are due 4/8/19, 1:00 p.m. EST. An informational webinar will be held 3/1/19 at noon EST; see website for details.