|Mahmutefendic awarded Stanley Quality Improvement Internship|
Zinaida Mahmutefendic, a Public Health Leadership student currently working toward her MPH, was recently named the recipient of the first Cappie L. Stanley Public Health Quality Improvement Internship.
Sponsored by the Center for Public Health Quality (CPHQ), this is a paid internship to develop improvement leaders within the public health workforce. The target audience is undergraduate and graduate students interested in a career in public health that incorporates quality improvement, as well as members of the current public health workforce interested in transitioning to a career focusing on quality improvement.
The internship will consist of mentored experiential learning at CPHQ, guided by the intern's personal learning plan, customized to her specific learning and career goals. In addition to working on one or more projects at CPHQ, Zinaida will also learn from public health experts and spend one week working on a brief project in a local health department.
|Last updated September 17, 2013|