Consortium of African American Public Health Prog  

Daytona Beach,  FL 
United States
  • Booth: 1406

Consortium of African American Public Health Program (CAAPHP) is a coalition of public health programs/schools established and operating at ten of the nation''''s leading Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). CAAPHP''''s mission is to strengthen collaboration among public health professionals at HBCUs to enhance the health status of people of color.  CAAPHP''''s goal is to provide leadership in eliminating health disparities and promoting social justice through advocacy, public health education, partnerships, innovative research and mentorship.


  • Florida A&M University (FAMU)

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  • Chicago State University (CSU)
    Chicago State University (CSU) is a public university that was initially founded as the Cook County Normal School in 1867....

  • The Department of Public Health produces responsible, service-oriented, discerning graduates and informed global citizens. Graduates are trained to promote healthy lifestyles and disease prevention. Graduates can also serve as advocates for health policy change, addressing issues such as violence, substance abuse, and access to health care. Graduates are able to pursue jobs as:

    • Health educators
    • Fitness consultants
    • Health administrators
    • Policy analysts
    • Project managers
    • Patient navigators
    • Consumer information directors
    • Community outreach coordinators
  • Bethune-Cookman University (BCU)

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  • Tennessee State University (TSU)

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  • Morgan State University (MSU)

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