The New Jersey Center for Public Health Preparedness at UMDNJ announces the Public Health Leadership Initiative for Emergency Response (PHLIER). This leadership development program is designed for mid-career health officers, public health administrators, aspiring governmental public health leaders, law enforcement, hospital administrators, and other public health professionals who aspire to become health department executives.
The goals of PHLIER are to foster the next generation of public health leaders, promote excellence in leadership, and explore responses to public heath emergencies.
PHLIER is case study based with each session focusing on a specific public health challenge. Fellows work through real-world public health dilemmas, not sit through lectures. Over the course of the PHLIER program, the topics covered will include; principles of leadership, design your health department, public health law, and case studies addressing an outbreak, avian influenza, and natural and manmade disasters. Working in groups, the PHLIER Fellows will be challenged to identify new and creative solutions.
See PHLIER in the UMDNJ-SPH News: PHLIER Graduates 1st Class
|Phlierton Maps and Demographics.zip||3.36 MB|
|Introduction to PHLIER.zip||3.21 MB|
|Session 1&2 Design Your Health Department.zip||3.29 MB|
|Session 3 Public Health Law.zip||1.63 MB|
|Session 4&5 Natural Disaster.zip||2.25 MB|
|Session 6 Pandemic Flu.zip||2.53 MB|
|Session 7&8 Evaluation and Accreditation.zip||768.97 KB|