Innovative partnerships to advance public health training in community-based academic residency programs.
- Author(s): Lo, JC
- Baudendistel, TE
- Dandekar, A
- Le, PV
- Siu, S
- Blumberg, B
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.2147/AMEP.S135834
Collaborative partnerships between community-based academic residency training programs and schools of public health, represent an innovative approach to training future physician leaders in population management and public health. In Kaiser Permanente Northern California, development of residency-Masters in Public Health (MPH) tracks in the Internal Medicine Residency and the Pediatrics Residency programs, with MPH graduate studies completed at the University of California Berkeley School of Public Health, enables physicians to integrate clinical training with formal education in epidemiology, biostatistics, health policy, and disease prevention. These residency-MPH programs draw on more than 50 years of clinical education, public health training, and health services research - creating an environment that sparks inquiry and added value by developing skills in patient-centered care through the lens of population-based outcomes.
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