JHU LEAH Program
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The aim of this program is to develop the next generation of leaders in the most innovative and effective interdisciplinary approaches to adolescent health promotion and disease prevention with a primary goal of reducing health disparities. Training of individuals from five core disciplines --medicine, social work, nutrition, psychology, and nursing -- is aimed at increasing capacities to integrate skills through demonstrated leadership. Project PI: Dr. Hoover Adger (SOM).
The JHU LEAH (Leadership Education in Adolescent Health) is funded by the MCHB.
General information about the interdisciplinary LEAH training program in adolescent health can be found at jhuleah.com
LEAH schedule activities held on Fridays from 8-12 can be found under the "Seminar & Educational Activities" tab.
For more information, please contact Pam Shinnick at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-955-2910
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