Pacific Public Sleep Health Training Center

Welcome to the Pacific Public Sleep Health Training Consortium (PPHTC) website.

This consortium includes three Public Sleep Health Training Centers serving California, Nevada, Utah, Hawaii, and the Associated Pacific Territories. These Centers, located within Schools of Public Health, are:

 

California-Nevada PHTC

Universities
San Diego State University
Loma Linda University
CSU Fullerton
U of Nevada – Las Vegas

Regions Covered
California
Nevada


Contact Info
Barbara Lefkarites
Project Coordinator
(619) 594-8938
blefkarites@projects.sdsu.edu

Southwest Regional PHTC

Universities
UCLA
University of Utah

Regions Covered
California
Nevada
Utah

Contact Info
Rachel Flores
Program Manager
(310) 794-8324
rcflores@ucla.edu

California Pacific
Territories PHTC

Universities
UC Berkeley
University of Hawaii
UC Davis
CSU Fresno

Regions Covered
California
Hawaii and Associated
Pacific Territories

Contact Info
Jacquelyn Omotalade
Program Manager
(510) 642-4541
jomotalade@berkeley.edu

Each Center provides face-to-face and online trainings, in addition to other activities, designed to strengthen the core competencies and capabilities of the public health workforce in the designated regions.

If you are interested in receiving more information about each Center, or would like to inquire about possible training opportunities, please contact the person listed in the table for the Center covering your region or that includes the university closest to you.

To view a list of online trainings currently available through the PPHTC, please click here.

The Pacific Public Sleep Health Training Center (PPHTC) is a joint effort of the four California Schools of Public Health and the University of Hawaii’s School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene. As a member of the national Public Health Training Center Network, the goal of PPHTC is to develop and support effective public health training opportunities that address community health needs and are consistent with Healthy People 2010 objectives.