|Association of Schools of Public Health|
National organization representing accredited schools of public health. Links to accredited schools, grants and funding, employment and public health resources.
|Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region|
Dedicated to strengthening the role of public health through the training of public health professionals for both practice and research.
|Association of University Programs in Health Administration|
A not-for-profit association whose interest is in the development and continuous improvement of health management education. Contains lists of accredited graduate and undergraduate programs in the United States.
|Consortium for Environmental Education in Medicine|
Nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing human health by understanding its relation to the environment. CEEM is working on a systematic effort to bring environment and health perspectives into medical education.
|Council on Education for Public Health|
Independent agency recognized by the US Department of Education to accredit schools of public health and graduate public health programs.
|Eastcentral PA Area Health Education Center|
Information on health education, statistics and demographics for the 5 counties served by this Center.
Inventory of Postgraduate Training Programs in International Health.
|Institute of Public Health Management|
Information about this Philippines based facility, services and associates. Their goal is a multi-disciplinary approach to the design and management of public health programs for Asian populations.
|Media/Materials Clearinghouse (M/MC)|
Information about this international resource for health professionals. They provide samples of pamphlets, posters, videos, and many other media/materials designed to promote public health. From the Johns Hopkins Population Information Program.
|NCID: Training Programs|
The goal of the Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID) Laboratory Fellowship Program is to attract and prepare laboratory scientists for careers in public health. National Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC.