MIPH

Course Schedule (MIPH)

 

  What is on the MIPH agenda?

Participants in the two-week interactive MIPH program will develop and enhance skills in:
• Project Management
• Performance Management
• Team Building
• Coaching and Mentoring
• Process Improvement

 

 

Training of Trainers (TOT)

 

Training-of-Trainers (TOT) -- Optional component

 

The TOT is for managers whose job responsibilities also involve training.  Those who are interested in teaching leadership and management capacity building to others are encouraged to attend the 2-day TOT.  Participants of the TOT practice teaching the MIPH concepts and tools. They receive feedback and mentoring from other participants and CDC master trainers.

 

 

Course Details (Cost)

 

How much does it cost to attend the MIPH program?

 

 Each MIPH participant will pay $2,500 to cover registration fees, program materials and meals for the respective programs. Airfare, lodging, and per diem are not included in the registration fees and should be covered by the participant’s funding source.  Applications are now being accepted online, click here to start.

 

Who Should Attend the MIPH Program?

 

Who Should Attend the MIPH Program?

 

 Participants should be managers who are:

  • Responsible for developing and managing a health systems strengthening priorities identified by senior health  leaders
  • Experienced managers or supervisors with at least two years  managerial experience
  • Committed to improving the managerial skills and competencies
  • Able to actively engage in a participative 2-week course conducted in English

MIPH Program Overview

 

The 2011 Management for Improved Public Health (MIPH) Program

 

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2011 MIPH Application

  

The 2011 MIPH Application is now available!!!

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2010 MIPH Yearbook

 

The 2010 MIPH Electronic Yearbook is now available!!! 

 

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2011 Regional MIPH Program

 Management for Improving Public Health -- November 28-December 9, 2011

 The two-week course provides managers with an opportunity to develop a project and implementation plan that supports a priority systems strengthening strategy. The result is that public health staff is better equipped to set priorities, plan and implement programs, and achieve public health program objectives.

 Participants will develop and enhance skills in:

CDC SMDP Management for Improved Public Health (MIPH)

This group is for current and former MIPH graduates, as a means to continue collaboration and information sharing.

CDC’s MIPH program helps developing countries build the skills of their managers in response to critical challenges.  The two-week course provides managers with an opportunity to develop a project and implementation plan that supports a priority systems strengthening strategy.

MIPH Curriculum

The Management for International Public Health (MIPH) Program is based on a set of public health mangement competencies (as listed below) that focuses on the knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors needed to manage public health teams, programs, and organizations. 

Click on the course topics provided in the tables to access the training materials. 

Core Competencies:

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