These innovative teaching modules include ready to use material aimed at improving clinical and population-based prevention skills for all health professions students. All seven modules feature presentations produced by subject matter experts, supplemental materials to facilitate small group learning, and a bibliography of key resources.
This curriculum is designed to be easily integrated into existing curricula. Faculty can choose the materials that best fit with their teaching style and needs, from recorded PowerPoint presentations that students can view online, to population health cases which can be used in small group settings.
The modules have been designed using the Clinical Prevention and Population Health Curriculum Framework.
Developed by Brody School of Medicine, Department of Public Health at East Carolina University through the APTR Initiative to Enhance Prevention and Population Health Education in collaboration with Duke University School of Medicine School of Public Health, University at Albany, State University of New York.
This project is funded through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.