Learning objectives that fellows are expected to attain through their Master of Public Health course of study and through further professional field training required by the Fellowship in Applied Public Health.
- Demonstrate how publicly available population health data systems – including public health surveillance systems and national surveys - can be used to assess, monitor, and evaluate population health and public health policies and programs
- Synthesize, evaluate, and apply evidence from multiple sources and perspectives to support public health decision-making related to current public health issues
- Evaluate the roles and responsibilities of governmental and non-governmental organizations in providing programs and services to address specific public health issues and improve public health
- Critically evaluate one’s own level of knowledge and competency as a public health physician, and develop and implement a professional development plan to enhance proficiency in selected competencies
- Identify leadership roles and career paths for public health physicians, and evaluate alignment of such opportunities with one’s own professional development goals and activities.