Mitchel Rosen is director of the Center for Public Health Workforce Development and an associate professor in the Department of Urban-Global Public Health at Rutgers School of Public Health.
Rosen’s interests include workforce development issues for public health professionals, specifically in the concentrations of occupational health and safety, public health capacity development, and emergency preparedness. Rosen develops capacity for vulnerable populations to provide safety and health education in their native languages. Rosen focuses his research on impact of training on workplace practice.
The work that Rosen conducts empowers workers and community members to make informed decisions about safety and health issues. The information provided helps those attending the center’s programs to remain safe, even when faced with hazardous situations.
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