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The UAB LEAH Program is housed in the Department of Pediatrics/Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. UAB LEAH is committed to improving the health status of adolescents, particularly those in the southeastern region of the U.S through its interdisciplinary leadership education of adolescent health professionals in a model center of excellence in training, research and service that is adolescent-centered/family-involved, culturally competent and community-based.

UAB LEAH program offers:LEAH Trainees 2016 2017

Academic & 
Research Programs 

Clinical Programs 

Community Programs 

Learning Opportunity

Through its collaborative relationships with other area MCHB-funded projects such as those of the Alabama MCH Leadership Network, the Alabama State University (ASU) Pipeline Training Program, and MCH Title V partners, the UAB LEAH Project will meet the needs of the underserved populations of the South by training emerging leaders in adolescent health in the core disciplines of medicine, psychology, nursing, nutrition, and social work.
Training Program Contact Information:

University of Alabama at Birmingham
Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
1600 7th Ave South
Birmingham, AL 35233
Phone: 205-638-9345
Email: uableah@uab.edu 
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