Center for Health Promotion and Leadership
OverviewThe purpose of the Center for Health Promotion and Leadership is to bring together faculty with interest or expertise in the health sciences in order to facilitate community-related projects, and develop educational and revenue producing relationships among other centers, external organizations, and individuals.
The function of the Center shall be to facilitate, manage, and direct grants and contracts, workshops and seminars with specific emphasis on health promotion and leadership, healthcare ethics, as well as related community-service projects. The Center shall interact actively with established academic and non-academic areas on campus, and with businesses, organizations and associations off-campus to create innovative activities. The Center shall also provide applied training and leadership development programs, organizational consultation services, advisory services, and customized research and program evaluation reports to improve organizational performance. The Center shall provide expertise in the area of health promotion and leverage our internal skills and knowledge to support wellness in a variety of settings in the community.
Center has provided executive leadership training for local healthcare facilities, curriculum consulting with a private university and has organized guest speakers in a variety of settings. The Center is planning a major symposium in March 2013 on “Ethical Challenges in an Era of Healthcare Reform”.
- Organizational leadership
- Health promotion programs
- Guest speaker series