While the roles of physicians and nurses often define the health care field, the bulk of health services are actually provided by other professional specialists, acting in either administrative, educational, or direct care capacities. As the health care field expands and grows, these specialists will be in high demand, and the University of Michigan-Flint Department of Public Health and Health Sciences faculty are well-positioned to give you the knowledge and skills needed to take advantage of these multiple career opportunities. 

PHHS News

GLACHE Diversity Panel Discussions

Please join us for the Great Lakes Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Diversity Panel Discussions, Friday June 3rd! The event will take place at 8:00am in the Happenings Room.

A special student price is offered of only $10! For registration information, please contact Patrice Hatcher at Patrice.Hatcher@mclaren.org.

For more information click here!

2016 Genesys Heart Institute and Video Project winners

Congratulations to our two teams of Genesys Heart Institute Video Project Winners!

Both Shelby Miller and Ariel Angel-Vincent as well as Japari Gadzami and Nubwa Gadzami were able to take home the $1500 prize!!! A short snippet of each of their videos can be found here on our department Facebook page!

Are you interested in winning a cash prize? The next opportunity will come in the fall, please email Dr. Shan Parker at shanpark@umflint.edu with any questions!

Dr. Robert Buckingham elected to executive board of the Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (ASPHER)

Dr. Robert Buckingham, a professor of public health at the University of Michigan-Flint, was recently elected to the executive board of the Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (ASPHER).  Buckingham, whose three year term starts in January, 2016, becomes the first American to sit on the board of the association. ASPHER formed in 1966.  The university, through its Department of Public Health and Health Sciences, became the first associate member of ASPHER from the United States.