Population Health Curriculum

Purpose

The Robert Graham Center, HealthLandscape, American Board of Family Medicine, and Community Health Center, Inc. collaborated to develop this curriculum aimed to introduce health care professionals to population health concepts and tools. Resources include slides and note sets, three case studies with sample data, and a performance improvement activity.  

Funding

This project was funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration. The work was guided by an advisory committee composed of providers, policy makers, and researchers with experience in state and national public health funding, population health education, rural practice, and public health research.

Additional Information

For more information about this curriculum, please contact Jennifer Rankin

Population Health Curriculum

Activities and Modules

Performance Improvement Activity

Curriculum Links

Module 1: Introduction to Population Health

Module 2: Geographic Concepts Important for Population Health

Case Study 1: Exploring Community

Case Study 2: Mapping Clinical Data and Linking with Community Resources

Case Study 3: Engaging Community

Performance Improvement Activity

Watch the Population Health Curriculum Webinar

Population Health How-to Information

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