Continuing Professional Education
Senior Fellows & Population Health Associates
JSPH has established two designated affiliate programs that are designed to strengthen the between the School and professional colleagues who contribute to the mission of preparing leaders to handle the complexities of managing population health and developing policies to improve the quality and cost-effectiveness of health care.
The designation of Senior Fellow was established to foster communication and collaboration between JSPH and national or regional leaders in fields of quality and safety, population health, health policy, and chronic care management. Invitations to become a Senior Fellow are extended on the basis of an individual’s expertise as demonstrated by:
- Current and prior positions and appointments
- Publications on pertinent topics in peer-reviewed literature
- Active role in relevant professional organization(s)
Senior Fellows are expected to commit to active participation in one or more of the following JSPH activities:
- Serving on advisory boards and expert panels
- Speaking at conferences, symposia, and/or serving as a guest lecturer
- Authoring and/or reviewing scholarly articles
- Partnering on studies and/or research projects
- Referring appropriate individuals for JSPH activities
Population Health Associate
The designation of Population Health Associate was established to offer various educational and collaborative opportunities to colleagues in the fields of quality and safety, population health, health policy, and chronic care management.
Population Health Associates receive several benefits including:
- Special invitations, advance notices, and discounted or complimentary registrations to JSPH programs and conferences
- Opportunities to participate in courses and educational programs
- Serve as community preceptors or mentors for graduate students and Fellows
- Ability to network with JSPH faculty and staff, Senior Fellows, and other Population Health Associates
For additional information on these programs, please contact Alexis Skoufalos, EdD, Assistant Dean for Continuing Professional Education, at (215) 955-2822.