Public Health Boot Camp (PHBC) is an intensive one-week educational program provided by the AIDS Foundation Chicago and the Institute for Public Health and Medicine at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. The training program is designed to enhance mid-level HIV/AIDS organizational leaders’ professional knowledge of public health concepts.

The goal of the training program is to increase participants’ knowledge and ability to apply concepts of public health science, theory, and practice, and to provide participants with the necessary tools to implement towards HIV/AIDS programmatic issues. To reach this goal, the intensive training program will address the foundational principles of public health and will provide opportunities for practical application by allowing participants to work beside noted experts in the public health field. The program emphasizes research and professional development in HIV/AIDS and other health conditions.

The program runs from Sunday, July 21 – Thursday, July 25, 2024, at the Chicago campus of Northwestern University.

The PHBC 2024 core faculty leadership includes Leah Neubauer, EdD, MA, CPH, Northwestern University; Gregory Phillips II, PhD, Northwestern University; and Cynthia Tucker, DrPH, AIDS Foundation Chicago.

Applications are due by Monday, April 29, 2024, at 11:59PM CT.

Learn more about the program and apply.