Population Health Training in Place Program (PH-TIPP)

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PH-TIPP provides training that helps participants develop and enhance their population health skills and add value to their organizations. Learn more about the training PH-TIPP provides.

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While some PH-TIPP participants work at CDC, others play key roles in state and local health departments, at universities, or at private-sector agencies. Learn more about population health at CDC.

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PH-TIPP participants engage in training experiences using projects from their day-to-day work. See more about our learners.

The application period for the current Population Health Training in Place Program (PH-TIPP) class is now closed.

The application cycle for the next class will open in January.

For questions about the PH-TIPP Program, please contact us directly at prevmed@cdc.gov.

Established in 2015, PH-TIPP provides the opportunity for full-time employees working in public, private, and academic organizations. Learners hone their skills in the CDC Preventive Medicine Residency and Fellowship Project Areas of program evaluation; policy analysis and development; project management; grant proposal evaluation and development; and population health improvement. Participants add value to their organizations by learning to design, launch, and assess health improvement programs to positively impact health outcomes.