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PHAB & ASPPH Webinar: Introduction to the 2024 Government Public Health Job Task Survey

June 3 @ 3:00 pm 3:30 pm

Calling all governmental public health leaders and workforce members! We need YOU to promote and participate in the Governmental Public Health Job Task Survey (GPH JTS).  

Join us for this important introductory webinar on Monday, June 3, from 3 – 3:30pm EST. Registration is required. Registered participants will receive the webinar recording. 

The GPH JTS is an integral part of the Centers for Disease Control’s Public Health Infrastructure Grant (PHIG) and will be open from May 15 – July 31, 2024. It is part of a PHIG-funded Job Task Analysis that aims to provide the evidence base for establishing the essential job functions of the governmental public health workforce.  

We need members of the governmental public health workforce representing a wide variety of jobs and geographies to participate in the survey.  Results will help state, Tribal, local, and territorial health departments write accurate job descriptions, improve recruitment and onboarding, develop performance management plans, and match employee professional development opportunities with the identified essential job functions of the governmental public health workforce. 

The Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) and Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) will serve as webinar hosts. Panelists will discuss the purpose and intended impact of the survey, the survey instrument, the role of health department leaders in promoting the survey, how results will be shared, and how the survey is different from and compliments the Public Health Workforce Interests and Needs Survey (PH WINS). 


  • Amy Belflower Thomas, MHA, MSPH, CPH, Director for Research and Evaluation, Public Health Accreditation Board 
  • Liz Burpee, MPH, MSW, Director for Public Health Workforce Development, Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health 
  • Rachel Hare Bork, PhD, Director of Research and Impact, de Beaumont Foundation 

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