Public Health Practice

About Us

Training in Practice

Our mission is to provide leadership and coordination of practice experiences for students, faculty and the public health workforce.

  • Bringing the classroom to the community.
  • Bringing the community to the classroom.

Goals

  • Provide guidance to students in identifying appropriate practicum sites.
  • Demonstrate the integration of theory and practice through public health curriculum.
  • Develop linkages with local and state health departments to address education, training and research opportunities.
  • Promote joint ventures with the community to meet public health challenges.
  • Provide technical assistance upon request.
  • Disseminate findings of applied research.
  • Assist the Dean and faculty to establish practice-based initiatives, policies, and procedures.

Reports

Here you will find a variety of reports about the practicum activities of students over the years.

Practicum e-Mags

Annual Reports

Executive Summaries

Reports by Division

Reports by Regional Campus

Practicum e-Mags

Fall Summer Spring Student Practicum
Abstracts in
TPHA Journal
2013 BIOS
EOHS
EPI
HPBS
MPACH
REGIONAL
DrPH_PhD
INTL
BIOS
EOHS
EPI
HPBS
MPACH
REGIONAL & STEER
DrPH
DUAL PROGRAM
INTL
GPHPA
BIOS
EOHS
EPI
HPBS
MPACH
REGIONAL
DrPH
DUAL PROGRAM
INTL
2012 BIOS
EOHS
EPI
HPBS
MPACH
REGIONAL
INTL
BIOS
EOHS
EPI
HPBS
MPACH
REGIONAL
INTL
GPHPA
EOHS
BIOS-EPI
HPBS
MPACH
REGIONAL
2011 EOHS
EPI
HPBS
MPACH
INTL
REGIONAL
HOUSTON
INTL
REGIONAL
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Annual Reports


2011-2012

2010-2011

2009-2010

2008-2009

2007-2008

2006-2007

2005-2006

Executive Summaries

Fall Summer Spring
2013 Download Download Download
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Reports by Division

Biostatistics Environmental & Occupational Health Epidemiology Health Promotion & Behavioral Sciences Management, Policy & Community Health
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Reports by Regional Campus

Austin Brownsville Dallas El Paso San Antonio
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Contacts

Brenda Brown

Educational Programs Coordinator II
Brenda.E.Brown@uth.tmc.edu
713-500-9160

  • Submit learning contracts
  • Evaluation procedures
  • The Office of Public Health (OPHP) and Practicum website
  • Practicum evaluation and reports
  • Practicum seminar – MPH
  • Affiliation agreements
  • Information sessions

Titilola Balogun

Graduate Assistant
Titilola.B.Balogun@uth.tmc.edu
713-500-9225

  • Weekly practicum opportunity distributions for students
  • Posting/updating/closing practicum opportunities
  • Practicum seminar – DrPH
  • Practicum eMagazine pages
  • Special projects
  • Information sessions

Linda Lloyd, PhD, MSW, MBA

Associate Dean, Public Health Practice
Linda.E.Lloyd@uth.tmc.edu
713-500-9163

  • Practicum course approval code
  • Practice-based culminating experience
  • Online orientation
  • Information sessions
  • Affiliation agreements
  • Newsletter material
  • Special events
  • Developing learning contracts
  • Practicum trouble-shooting
  • Practicum requirements
  • Evaluation results

PHP Fax 713-500-9493

TPHTC

Texas Public Health Training Center

The Texas Public Health Training Center is one of 14 Public Health Training Centers across the nation established as collaborations between accredited schools of public health, governmental and public health agencies and related organizations. The mission of the TPHTC is to improve the state’s public health system by strengthening the technical, scientific, managerial and leadership competencies and capabilities of the current and future public health workforce. In Texas, UTSPH, the Texas A&M Rural School of Public Health and the University of North Texas School of Public Health collaborate on this training center.

The priority audience for the TPHTC is public health personnel employed in local and state public health agencies. Targeted in the wider circle of influence are those who provide essential public health services in the non-profit, education, social service, corporate and other sectors, as well as graduate students in public health programs.

Principal funding for the Center provided through a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the US Department of Health and Human Services (USDHHS)