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Notice to Readers Availability of Applications for Public Health Leadership Institute

The CDC/University of California Public Health Leadership Institute (PHLI) is a 1-year scholars' program that includes an intensive on-site week, scheduled for March 18-23, 1996. The PHLI is conducted under a cooperative agreement between CDC's Public Health Practice Program Office and the University of California at Los Angeles. The fifth year of the PHLI will begin on October 30, 1995, with an orientation for scholars at the American Public Health Association annual meeting in San Diego.

Senior state, local, and international health officials, including deputy directors nominated by state health directors, are eligible. Applications must be submitted by August 31, 1995. Selected scholars will be notified by September 25, 1995. Additional information and applications are available from the Director, PHLI, telephone (510) 649-1599.

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