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Public Health Joy!

Public Health Joy!

By Joyee Washington
The Public Health Joy podcast is the safe space where we help public health professionals to serve, educate and build healthier communities. The host is Dr. Joyee, a community health education and research consultant who helps early career public health professionals transform skills, education, and research into life-changing public health programs bringing joy to the communities you serve. We do more than public health, we bring joy to public health.
Life after the MPH
In this episode, we are talking with Omari Richins, MPH of The PH Millennial and Kimberly Green-Warren, MPH of Smart Health Education about what life is really like after completing a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree.
July 08, 2022
Public Health Careers 101
In this episode, we're talking with Alisa Howard, CHWi and Dr. April Moreno about their top tips to jumpstart your public health career.
July 08, 2022
The Doctor is in! PhD or DrPH for your public health career?
In this episode, we speak with public health professionals Marline Edmond, Nikita Boston-Fisher, Dr. Brian Buckley, and Dr. Mary Wesley about their decision to pursue a PhD or DrPH and how it has impacted their public health journey.
July 08, 2022
CHES exam: Do you really need it for your public health career?
In this episode, we speak with LaTonya Bynum, MPH and Dr. Jovonni Spinner about how the CHES exam has impacted their public health journey.
July 08, 2022
Building your public health career to serve communities!
In celebration of National Public Health Week, we talked with Zoila Reyna of Public Health Hired and Quisha Umemba of Umemba Health about how to build your career to serve communities. Listen for tips and resources on jumpstarting your public health career.
April 14, 2022
Health Equity Careers!
We are talking all about building a career around health equity with special guests Jasmine Leonard, founder of Health Equity Jazz and Dr. Leslie Hoglund, clinical assistant professor of public health at Old Dominion University and Robert Wood Johnson Culture of Health Leader.
March 18, 2022