Accord Meeting Review and Objectives Pierre Buekens, MD, PhD, MPH Senior member, Tulane College School of General Wellbe.

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Agreement Gathering Review and Objectives Pierre Buekens, MD, PhD, MPH Dignitary, Tulane College School of General Wellbeing and Tropical Solution Seat, ASPH Worldwide Wellbeing Panel Minneapolis, MN September 24-25, 2009 Plan
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Accord Conference Overview and Goals Pierre Buekens, MD, PhD, MPH Dean, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine Chair, ASPH Global Health Committee Minneapolis, MN September 24-25, 2009

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Agenda 8:00 – 8:15 Welcome and Consensus Conference Overview and Goals ( Pierre Buekens,Tulane) 8:15 – 8:45 Global Health Overview ( Julio Frenk, Harvard) 8:45 – 9:15 From Training to Practice (Co-moderators: Jan Hiland, CDC and Ward Cates, FHI) 9:15 – 9:45 MPH Competency Review ( Steve Shortell, UC-Berkeley)

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Project’s Leadership Group Pierre Buekens, MD, PhD, MPH, Chair (Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine) Peggy Bentley, PhD (UNC at Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public Health) Donald Burke, MD (Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health) Michael J. Klag, MD, MPH (Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health) John R. Finnegan, Jr., PhD (Minnesota School of Public Health) Antoine Flahault, MD, PhD (l\'Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sant㩠Publique) Julio Frenk, MD, PhD, MPH (Harvard School of Public Health) Mario Henry Rodriquez Lopez, DSc, MD (Instituto Nacional de Salud Publica) Stephen Shortell, PhD, MPH, MBA (UC-Berkeley School of Public Health) Patricia W. Wahl, PhD (University of Washington School of Public Health)

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Consensus Conference Planning Committee Pierre Buekens, MD, PhD, MPH, Chair (Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine) Kathy Cahill, MPH (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation) Willard Cates, Jr., MD, MPH (Family Health International) John R. Finnegan, Jr., PhD (Minnesota School of Public Health) Susan Higman, PhD (Global Health Council) Janice Hiland (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) Sharon Huttly, BSc, MSc, MA (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) K. Srinath Reddy, MD (Public Health Foundation of India) Jacqueline Sherris, PhD (PATH) Harrison C. Spencer, MD, MPH (ASPH)

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Consensus Conference Goals Participants to: Guide improvement of center capabilities and determine task arranging principles Suggest procedures to reach focused on clients for incorporation in the advancement, audit, and dispersal of the model Promote the venture with accomplices and constituent gatherings and, in like manner, offer thoughts and worries from such with ASPH

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ASPH Member Schools (starting July 2009)

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What is ASPH? … the main national association speaking to the dignitaries, staff and understudies of the 41 authorize schools of general wellbeing and different projects looking for accreditation as schools of general wellbeing.

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New SPH Growth

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Health care conveyance framework Community Assuring the Conditions for Population Health Governmental Public Health Infrastructure Employers and Business Academia The Media The Public Health System Source: Institute of Medicine. The Future of the Public’s Health in the 21 st Century . 2003 (p.30)

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ASPH Aims in this Project Respond to new points of view in regards to the field of worldwide wellbeing Promote that worldwide wellbeing is general wellbeing Clarify the part of scholastic general wellbeing inside of a frameworks way to deal with worldwide wellbeing Advance key standards of worldwide wellbeing as a feature of a complete method Identify and determine center abilities for deliberate utilization by scholarly establishments

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Target Audiences In the first stage, ASPH will create capabilities for bosses level understudies in worldwide wellbeing projects for utilization by graduate scholastic organizations . In the second stage, ASPH will look to globalize the current MPH center and cross-cutting capabilities and consider globalization of the general MPH educational modules.

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Charge to Conference Participants Discuss and recognize basic instructive spaces for a center worldwide wellbeing competency learning model Discuss and determine key arranging precepts and/or rules to manage the competency improvement process

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Preliminary Planning Tenets Aim for a comprehensive and straightforward competency advancement procedure Reflect and expand after existing competency models Communicate progressing competency advancement endeavors with worldwide associates Plan for the subsequent competency model to be utilized as a benchmark for the field

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