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The Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (ASPHER)

ASPHER is the key independent European organisation dedicated to strengthening the role of public health by improving education and training of public health professionals for both practice and research.
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SECRETARIAT UPDATES

22 Nov 2022
Applications are open for the 2023 TIPH Global Grants. All ASPHER Members are eligible to apply through the Global Network for Academic Public Health (GNAPH).  The GNAPH, with the support of Dr. Richard and Mrs. Linda Riegelman, is...
18 Nov 2022
  We are pleased to congratulate all the 2022 ASPHER award recipients! We will present and celebrate the awards during the Retreat in Sofia, with additional recognition at EPH in Berlin. Andrija Štampar Medal Laurent CHAMBAUD, immediate...
9 Nov 2022
Download the November 2022 ASPHER Newsletter here. It has been a busy Autumn packed with travel as it seems everyone is trying to make up for lost time over these past pandemic years. We are bringing out a ‘slightly’ slimmer newsletter...

PPHW-TF

ASPHER-WHO/EURO Task Force on Professionalising the Public Health Workforce (PPHW-TF)

The Public Health Workforce Professionalisation (PPHW-TF) is pivotal to raising awareness and recognition of the public health profession in the European Region and globally. It is centred around such topics as: public health employment outcomes, licencing and credentialing, public health job taxonomy, public health workforce development and planning, public health education at graduate and post graduate levels including continuing professional development (CPD) training, public health codes of ethics and professional conduct, enumeration and professional self-government. More specifically, the field focuses also on capacity building, competency-based education and training, systematic development of competency frameworks, competency development, self-assessment methods and identification of skill gaps for the provision of essential public health operations. The field is system specific, dependent on the stakeholders and governance structures.

Key documents: 

WHO-ASPHER ROADMAP TO PROFESSIONALIZATION

WHO-ASPHER COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK FOR THE PUBLIC HEALTH WORKFORCE IN THE EUROPEAN REGION

The PPHW-TF will meet monthly. Please contact ASPHER Secretariat of you wish to participate.