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Public Health Leadership Institute

The CDC/University of California Public Health Leadership Institute (PHLI) is a 1-year scholars' program designed to strengthen the U.S. public health system by enhancing the leadership capacities of senior city, county, and state public health officials. The major themes of the curriculum are challenges -- current and future issues confronting public health, leadership and vision, communication and information, and political and social change. The PHLI year will begin October 24 and will include an intensive on-site session March 7-11, 1994; applications are being accepted from senior health officials of state and local health agencies. At least 50 officials will be selected to participate in the PHLI.

Beginning with the 1993-94 PHLI, state deputy directors nominated by state health directors will be accepted. Applications are now available and are due August 6, 1993. Scholars selected will be notified by September 15. Additional information and applications are available from the Director, PHLI, telephone (916) 448-7891, or from CDC's Division of Public Health Systems, Public Health Practice Program Office, telephone (404) 639-1967.

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