About CPHP

Vision and Mission
Director of the Center for Public Health Practice
Contact CPHP
Maps, Directions, and Parking
 

The Center for Public Health Practice was established in 1995 in the Graduate School of Public Health at the University of Pittsburgh.

By linking academia to professional public health practice, the Center for Public Health Practice (CPHP) contributes to better health for Pennsylvanians. CPHP is a catalyst for engaged scholarship in public health through applied research, practice-based teaching, and professional service. The activities and research provided by CPHP, along with close collaboration with community partners, enables CPHP to be a resource to the community and strengthen the public health system.

Areas of Expertise

  • Continuing education and training
  • Leadership and organizational development
  • Law and policy analysis
  • Program planning and implementation
  • Translation of research into practice
  • Evaluation design and methodology

Vision and Mission

Vision

A sustainable and resilient public health system.

Mission

The Center for Public Health Practice is a catalyst for engaged scholarship in public health through applied research, practice-based teaching, and professional service.

Director of the Center for Public Health Practice

Gerald Mark Barron, MPH
Gerald Mark Barron, MPH

Acting Director, Center for Public Health Practice
Associate Professor and Director MPH Program, Health Policy and Management
Associate Professor, Behavioral and Community Health Sciences
Deputy Director, Center for Public Health Practice
Acting Associate Dean for Public Health Practice

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E-mail: gbarron@pitt.edu
Phone: 412-383-2501
Room: A733 Crabtree Hall

Contact the Center for Public Health Practice

A728 Crabtree Hall
130 DeSoto St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15261

Phone: 412-383-2400
Fax: 412-383-2229
E-mail: cphpNOW@pitt.edu

Maps, Directions, and Parking

Pitt Public Health Map and Directions offers detailed directions and interactive maps to help you navigate your way to the Center for Public Health Practice. If you are driving to Oakland, the University of Pittsburgh Visitor Parking provides parking rates and locations.