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Interprofessional Education Course Schedule

Interprofessional education occurs when students from two or more professions learn about, from, and with each other to enhance collaboration and improve health outcomes. At least 1 credit of interprofessional education is required by all MPH degree programs.

Most courses with OHSU subject code IPE (Inter-Professional Education) or UNI (University Curriculum) satisfy the interprofessional education requirement. Other courses may also serve; consult your advisor. For a list of IPE and UNI courses, descriptions, and their intended schedule, download this spreadsheet.This list is subject to change — contact the course instructor if you would like to enroll.

SPH Course Descriptions

Descriptions of all School of Public Health courses can also be found in the course catalog of the most recent edition of the PSU Bulletin.

Anger, W. Kent -

Course Code Credit

On Campus

Professor Environmental Systems & Human Health Office OHSU – RJH 2501B Phone: (503) 494-2512
Course Information

Dr. Kent Anger has a faculty appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as a Professor in the Environmental Systems & Human Health program.

In addition to his commitments to the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health (SPH), Dr. Anger is a professor in OHSU’s Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences (OIOHS) unit where is also the Associate Director for applied research. Anger also serves as Director to the Oregon Healthy Workforce Center. His research focuses on three areas: applying training technologies to prevent health and safety hazards, teach job skills, improve well-being & wellness at the workplace, improve work-family balance & reduce the impact of domestic violence on the workplace; developing behaviorally-based computer training technology to teach the broadest range of populations in the workplace; and identifying & characterizing the neurotoxic effects following occupational or environmental exposures to chemicals & identifying improved biomarkers.

Education, Degrees

B.A., Stephen F. Austin State University, 1965
M.A., University of Wyoming, 1966
Ph.D., University of Maine, 1974

Awards and Honors

OHSU Senate Affiliated Units Collaboration Award, 2014

Research
  • U19OH010154-02    (Anger, Wyndham Kent) 9/1/2016 – 8/31/2021 CDC NIOSH Oregon Healthy Workforce Center (OHWC), Role: Principal Investigator
  • U50 OH007544 Fenske, Richard)  10/1/2012 to 03/30/2017 CDC NIOSH Impact of a TWH Intervention on Workplace Stress