Public Health Resources

Students and working professionals need to stay up-to-date on new practices, trending public health concerns, and resources to improve their career. Publichealthdegrees.org continuously compiles helpful resources of many aspects to help everyone to grow and stay aware of news in the industry.

Resources for Students

As more schools are offering competitive public health programs on campus and online, it’s critical for students to be as fully prepared as possible when applying and while attending public health programs. Students should be aware of how to strengthen their application, know of public health scholarship options, and how to overall succeed in their public health program. 

The resources gathered below are to help guide students in becoming the best public health student they can be and prepare them for the field prior to becoming a public health professional.

  • 5 Tips to Help You With Your MPH Application
    With more competitive MPH programs appearing, it is important for students to be well equipped and meet the qualifications when applying to programs. However, there is more to applying than meeting the required prerequisites. Learn how to best highlight your skills and other tips to have a competitive MPH application.

Resources for Working Professionals

Working public health professionals need to stay abreast with public health practices to know how to best serve the communities and organization they are working with. This knowledge can be gained through certifications, continuing education, networking events, joining professional organizations dedicated to public health and more. Utilizing professional public health resources will allow for those working in the field to gain access to knowledge and tools that will help them succeed in their career.

  • American Public Health Association (APHA)
    APHA is a membership-based organization that focuses on “strengthening the public health profession” through publishing the American Journal of Public Health and The Nation’s Health newspaper, hosting their Annual Meeting and Expo, where the latest public health research is shared, and through leading awareness campaigns such as Get Ready and National Public Health Week.

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