CPH Webinars


ASPPH hosts a series of online study sessions in to help Certified in Public Health (CPH) candidates prepare for the CPH exam. Led by expert faculty from ASPPH member-schools and programs, the webinars focus on content from the ten CPH Domain Areas. Each session is approximately two hours long and includes a presentation, lecture and interactive segments.

If you already earned the CPH credential and you would like to listen to these webinars for CPH re-certification credit, you may listen in and report one recertification credit per hour.

Recent CPH Study Session Webinars

  • Evidence-Based Public Health: Epidemiology
    Presentation slides available here.
    Webinar recording available here.
  • Health Equity, Social Justice and the Application of Theory
    Presentation slides available here.
    Webinar recording available here.
  • Planning and Evaluation and Collaboration and Partnerships
    Presentation slides available here.
    Web recording available here.
  • Public Health Systems, History, Communication and Leadership
    Presentation slides available here.
    Web recording available here.
  • Public Health Law and Ethics
    Presentation slides available here.
    Web recording available here.
  • Health Policy Process and Program Management
    Presentation slides available here.
    Web recording available here.
  • Public Health Biology and Human Disease Risk
    Presentation slides available here.
    Web recording available here.
  • Evidence Based Public Health: Biostatistics
    Presentation slides available here.
    Web recording available here.

Questions? Contact info@nbphe.org

Archived Webinars

Behavioral & Social Sciences WEB-Behavioral

Biostatistics WEB-Biostatistics

Cross-Cutting Areas WEB-Cross-Cutting

Environmental Health WEB-Environmental-Health

Epidemiology WEB-Epidemiology

Health Policy & Management WEB-Policy-Management


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