Benefits

How BEAM Supports Public Health Organizations

How BEAM Supports Public Health Organizations

A Stronger Workforce, More Successful Programs, Improved Outcomes

A robust (re)accreditation portfolio

By filling a well-established knowledge gap,* BEAM helps organizations meet workforce development strategy requirements outlined by the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB).

A stronger case for funding

BEAM supports public health organizations in their roles as responsible stewards of taxpayer funds. A solid financial management track record positions these organizations for future state and federal funding.

Advancement of best practices

Equipped with the tools and takeaways from the program, BEAM graduates are able to promote best practices and improved outcomes within their individual organizations and over time, across the public health sector.

Recruitment and retention

By offering access to an engaging learning opportunity that leads to a respected credential, organizations can help satisfy the professional goals of a new generation of public health professionals.

* In the 2017 Public Health Workforce Interests and Needs Survey (PH WINS), 55% of state and local governmental public health professionals lacked skills in budget and financial management.

How BEAM Supports Public Health Professionals

Critical Professional Knowledge, a Respected Credential, Enhanced Career Prospects

Real-life, applicable learnings

Program case studies and resources draw from salient governmental public health scenarios. Students are able to immediately implement what they learn in both governmental and non-profit public health workplace settings.

Critical thinking and problem-solving

BEAM encourages students to think and manage programs analytically and strategically – universal skills that help motivate, innovate and drive administrative, managerial and organizational accomplishments.

A prestigious credential

Successful program completion results in a University of Miami Certificate signed by the deans of the schools of medicine and business. This credential from a leading academic institution supports professional development of the public health workforce nationwide.

 
 

Tel: (305) 284-4000 | Fax: (305) 243-3651

  • Facebook
  • Twitter