Applied public health focuses on the development and maintenance of relationships and other activities to link Rollins with the public health practice communities. The functions of applied public health fall into two areas: those that are core activities of the school and those that are funded through extramural grants and contracts.
Core academic oversight functions include: practicum experience, continuing professional education, and the Executive MPH program—the graduate distance education program whose director reports to Dr. Miner. The general areas of extramural funding include: public health workforce development, technology-based instruction, applied research and evaluation, and public health professional development.
Applied Public Health Resources
The career services team helps prepare Rollins graduates to begin or continue their careers as public
The Executive MPH program provides professionals with the current knowledge and skills required to be an active participant in helping to address complex public health issues.
Rollins offers a variety of continuing professional education (CPE) activities that sharpen the practicing professional's ability to identify, analyze, and intervene in the health problems facing today's societies.
A practicum serves as a structured and significant educational experience that takes place in an agency, institution, or community under the supervision of site administrators and the guidance of the student's department.
Emory Center for Public Health Preparedness
The Emory Center for Public Health Preparedness, established in 2002, is part of a national system of Centers for Public Health Preparedness funded by the CDC and addresses the preparedness training needs of the public health workforce in Georgia.
Public Health Systems Research
A portal for information and resources related to public health systems research. It is part of a multi-institution project to advance the production, dissemination, and application of public health systems research with emphasis on public health finance as a key component.
Southeastern Institute for Training and Evaluation (SITE)
The Southeastern Institute for Training and Evaluation (SITE) is a continuing education activity within the School that is committed to providing current and future public health professionals with contemporary skills to solve today's challenges.
Tobacco Technical Assistance Consortium (TTAC)
The Tobacco Technical Assistance Consortium (TTAC) is dedicated to assisting organizations in building and growing highly effective tobacco control programs.