Diane Calleson, PhD
Clinical Associate Professor
Public Health Leadership Program, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health
Diane Calleson, PhD, is Clinical Associate Professor with the Public Health Leadership Program at the Gillings Global School of Public Health at UNC. Dr. Calleson has a doctoral degree in education and postdoctoral training in community-based participatory research with the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Her work focuses on developing and implementing training initiatives for medical students, physicians and public health professionals. She teaches program planning and evaluation and is the lead instructor for the masters seminar for Health Care and Prevention students who are completing a combined MD, MPH program. The seminar creates a structured course for writing a masters paper and addresses core leadership topics germane to their training. Dr. Calleson has directed numerous grant-funded national program educational evaluations. She is currently developing new areas of interest on exceptional patients in cancer care and a project in Chile with a future national park in Patagonia.
|Last updated April 05, 2010|