It is with great pleasure that NEPHTC announces the publication of this article: “Building Professionalism Through Management Training: New England Public Health Training Center’s Low-Cost, High-Impact Model.”
This article gives demonstration of impact at Level 1 (satisfaction) and 2 (knowledge gain), as well as describing the pilot evaluation of Level 3 (behavior change) impact. Since the article was published, we have completed a full round of Level 3 evaluation, which we hope to share with future journal audiences.
Authors are Katherine MacVarish, Anne Fidler, and Karla Todd from BUSPH, our evaluator Hope Kenefick of Kenefick Consulting LLC, and frequent partners from BPHC, Bradley Cohen and Yuri Orellana.
- Link to Supplemental Digital Table A on JPHMP website (Basic versus Expanded Management Program)
- Link to Supplemental Digital Table B on JPHMP website (Kirkpatrick Model and Evaluation Methodology)
NEPHTC particularly wants to thank Karen O’ Rourke of the University of New England for adapting the Management program for cohorts of public health professionals in Maine. She is mentioned in the article acknowledgements.
NEPHTC is proud that this “Managing Effectively in Today’s Public Health Environment” program – which we hope will serve as a model for further leadership training to support Public Health 3.0 – has been documented in a scholarly journal.
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