CAPHIA Competencies Review Curricula Implications

Mapping competency frameworks: implications for public health curricula design

Coombe L, Severinsen C, Robinson P.  Aust NZ J Public Health. 2022; Online; doi: 10.1111/1753-6405.13253

We undertook a global analysis of public health competency sets (Coombe, et al. 2020), mapped against the Global Charter for the Public’s Health (Lomazzi, 2016) , which is endorsed by the WHO. The Global Charter is a key document which sets out the services and functions of public health.

CAPHIA Competencies Review – Report now available

Review of the Australasian Public Health Competencies
Scope of the Review

The Council of Academic Public Health Institutions Australasia (CAPHIA) is the peak organisation currently representing tertiary teaching institutions and other education providers throughout Australasia, Papua New Guinea and Fiji. CAPHIA seeks to maintain and protect high public health academic standards.

Local public health competencies are built in part around the 2016 Foundation Competencies for Public Health Graduates in Australia,