Population Health Training in Place Program (PH-TIPP)

Class of 2019 PH-TIPP, PMR-F, and FLIGHT Fellows with PMR-F staff during the PMR-F practicum.

PH-TIPP, PMR-F and FLIGHT fellows meet with PMR-F staff to complete the training requirements of their programs. Learn more about the PH-TIPP program.

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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.

Apophia Namageyo explaining to Marie Downer her PTIPP Project in Kenya

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

Established in 2015, PH-TIPP is a professional development 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.

The application for the upcoming Population Health Training In Place Program (PH-TIPP) will open January 1.

Please visit our online applicationexternal icon to start a profile so you are prepared to start your application on January 1.

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

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Learn more about PH-TIPP Success Stories.