Population Health Academy Workforce Development Programs

The Population Health Academy Workforce Development Programs offer ​practical training for health professionals working to address today's most pressing health care ​challenges. Designed to enhance your career, these diverse and innovative programs, provide college-level learning solutions, led by JCPH faculty and community experts.

The programs are designed to:

  • Broaden your perspective on today’s most pressing healthcare issues
  • Enhance leadership skills by providing the tools to make changes within your organization
  • Prepare you with the essential subject matter knowledge for career growth and transition

Upcoming Programs

The High Reliability Healthcare Academy (HRHA) will showcase the myriad ways High Reliability looks in practice across the United States, with an emphasis on how unique populations and other contextual variables (e.g., organizational culture, COVID, type of organization) impact fidelity to the High Reliability framework. 

Population Health Essentials offers a 3-day comprehensive overview of population health and outlines the fundamentals necessary to improve outcomes and reduce costs.

Through case studies and real-life workforce applications, participants will review and analyze key areas of population health.

This 2-day workshop session builds upon concepts learned Population Health Essentials and provides the opportunity for participants to focus on developing actionable strategies and practical solutions specific to their organization’s needs.

Recommended equirement: successful completion of Population Health Essentials or previous Population Health Academy graduate.

Save the Dates: November 15-16, 2023

Programs feature  a combination of lecture, didactic and small group exercises. Due to the hands-on and applied nature of the work, sessions are limited in size. 

The Jefferson Difference

  • Sessions include case studies and real-world workplace examples.
  • Network with and learn from other participants facing similar challenges.
  • Come away with the skills and knowledge to help focus your organization’s quality and safety efforts.
  • Online access to coursework and materials, during and for 6 months after the program.

In support of improving patient care, Thomas Jefferson University is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.