• Ensuring greater academic RECOGNITION on the global stage.
• Promoting TRANSFERABILITY of public health education & training.
• Increasing EMPLOYABILITY of public health graduates.
• Attesting the QUALITY of Public Health Workforce training.
This page outlines what the qualifications of an APHEA reviewer look like and what the responsibilities are. Over the forthcoming years APHEA will be developing new products in which it will require different skill sets so potential applicants are advised to keep checking this page. APHEA also run training for site visitors and we do encourage applications from individuals who may be somewhere toward these requested qualifications.
Site Visitor Qualifications:
Be a senior academician (e.g., dean, director, associate director, department chair or senior faculty member) in public health or a related field. Must possess strong written, communication and analytical skills. Doctoral degree required.
Be a senior public health practitioner (primarily employed by a public health department, non-profit organization, health-related organization, etc. with preferably at least 10 years of experience in public health). Must possess strong written, communication and analytical skills. At least master’s degree required.
Be a (senior) staff member at an institute of higher education, accreditation agency or similar organization experienced in peer review and/or accreditation processes, either on a national or international level, preferably within the domain of health. Experienced in the application of quality frameworks and maintaining quality assurance. Must possess strong written, communication and analytical skills.
Site Visitor Responsibilities: