Public Health Pathways
Physicians and scientists play an integral role in the improvement of health outcomes by understanding the social and environmental factors that influence the health of the people and communities they serve. Whether you engage in multiple experiences throughout your training or spend focused time devoted to enhancing your knowledge and application of public health principles, improving population health and promoting health care quality are evolving responsibilities for physicians and scientists. Physicians, scientists, other allied health professionals, and interested students from other fields can pursue a career in Public Health.
Please visit AAMC Careers in Medicine for more information on pursuing a career in public health-related specialties. If you are interested in learning more about accredited public health schools and programs, a complete listing is available on the website.
Below, you can find domestic and international public health training opportunities in academic, government, and community settings for every level in the education continuum. All international public health training opportunities are listed as "International" when sorting by Location. You can also sort by duration of the programs and availability of compensation.
Public Health Pathways is supported by the Association of American Medical Colleges and the Cooperative Agreement Number 5U36 OE 0000004-02 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.