The Public Health Social Work Continuing
Education and Training Advisory Committee (CETAC) was established jointly
by the School of Public Health and the State Health Department.
Members are appointed jointly by the State Health Director
and the Dean of the School of Public Health.
responsible for identifying and prioritizing training needs and
working with the School of Public Health to present training.
Sub-committees are composed of practitioners and other content
experts. Their job is to work with the School of Public Health to design, develop, and deliver relevant training for public health practitioners. The sub-committees
function at the charge of the committee as a whole.
For more information contact Dorothy Cilenti at 919-843-5427.
Cilenti receives $5.5M to start national workforce development center at UNC
Dorothy Cilenti, DrPH, clinical assistant professor in the department of maternal and child health and senior investigator at the North Carolina Institute for Public Health (NCIPH) at The University of North Carolina's Gillings School of Global Public Health, has received a three-year, $5.5M award from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration. The award, a cooperative agreement with the Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Bureau, Division of Workforce Development, will establish the national MCH Workforce Development Center at UNC. Read more...
Free Accredited Online Course Series: Treating the Invisible Wounds of War
Part 1 - Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Part 2 - Traumatic Brain Injury
Part 3 - Issues of Women Returning from Combat
Sposored by the North Carolina AHEC program.
NC public health social workers gather for leadership forum
Public Health Social Work in North Carolina
Kathleen Rounds receives Faculty Mentoring Award sponsored by the Carolina Women's Leadership Council
Online course: Disaster Preparedness for Public Health Social Workers, Part II: Bioterrorism, Developed and produced by the Public Health Social Work Leadership Training Program and the Behavioral Healthcare Resource Program, Jordan Institute for Families, School of Social Work, UNC-Chapel Hill
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