ASPPH’s Framing the Future: Education for Public Health 2030 (FTF 2030) is moving forward towards its goal of advancing “equitable, quality education in public health for achieving health equity and well-being for everyone, everywhere.”
Working through three expert panels:
- Inclusive excellence through an anti-racism lens – co-chaired by Wendy Barrington (Washington) and Lisa Sullivan (BU)
- Transformative educational models and pedagogy – co-chaired by Amy Fairchild (OSU) and Shan Mohammed (Northeastern)
- Expanding the reach, visibility, and impact of the field of academic public health – co-chaired by Wenke Hwang (Penn State) and Marc Kiviniemi (Kentucky)
that launched in September 2021, the panelists are mapping out ideas for data collection to build an evidence-based foundation for their forthcoming recommendations. Panelists will engage members within four main domains: university, faculty, staff, and students and they plan outreach to community and other partners.
ASPPH plans to release preliminary findings and recommendations beginning in 2023 for vetting by the ASPPH board, key ASPPH advisory committees, and ASPPH task forces. Final products are expected by 2024 and should include initiatives that members can adopt or adapt to better prepare graduates for career success in a changing world and global marketplace. In the interim, questions and ideas are welcomed at email@example.com.