The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Academic Partnerships to Improve Health focuses on improving the health of individuals and communities through alliances among academic associations, universities, and CDC.
In August 2017, CDC awarded the AAMC and three other national academic associations funds to support public health workforce activities to enhance population health education for medical, nursing, and public health students.
Navigating a Foodborne Outbreak: Preparation for Interprofessional Practice: A free, self-paced, interactive, online module that demonstrates the importance of interprofessional practice among health professionals to improve and protect population health.
Population Health Connect Newsletter: Receive updates from AAMC on population health activities, curricular resources, and upcoming meetings in your inbox.
Teaching Residents Population Health Management: This report profiles successful practices at primary care residency programs to help residency program directors incorporate population health management into education programs.
Programs & Initiatives
History of the AAMC-CDC Cooperative Agreement
The AAMC entered into its first Cooperative Agreement with the CDC in 2000 to enhance collaborations between the academic medical and public health practice communities. Achievements of the cooperative agreement include 133 extramural grants projects among constituents, published reports, multiple cycles of a competitive grants program to improve public health content in medical education, student opportunities at CDC, and more. Learn more about the history of the Cooperative Agreement.