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Find out what NNPHI member institutes and staff members have to say about the latest innovations in public health practice and population health improvement.

  • Learning Opportunities: Principles of Adult Education, Law and Environmental Public Health

    From Region III- Mid-Atlantic Regional Public Health Training Center Principles of Adult Education Webinar- March 18: This webinar will introduce participants to principles of adult education. We will discuss key differences between andragogy (adult learning) and pedagogy (child learning) and ways to tailor workshops for adult learning. This interactive micro-webinar is designed to introduce content experts to […]

  • Learning Opportunities: Change Management

    From Region I- New England Public Health Training Center Embracing the Inevitable: Practical Change Management Live Webinar- March 19: Register now for Embracing the Inevitable: Practical Change Management, a change management webinar on Thursday, March 19 at 12:00pm ET. One thing is for certain, change is inevitable. Reorganization, funding loss or gain, leadership, emerging community […]

  • Learning Opportunities: CHW Personal Safety, Program Evaluation, Health After Dark, Ethics in Public Health Data

    From Region I- New England Public Health Training Center Practical Strategies to Increase Your Personal Safety While Doing Fieldwork On Your Time Training: It’s possible that during your time working in the field as a community health worker that you may feel unsafe, threatened, or harmed. Would you know what to do? Community health workers […]

  • Learning Opportunities: Leading Change, Food Safety, and Palliative Care

    From Region 2- Region II Public Health Training Center Taking Intelligent Risks: Leading Change that Works Live Webinar- February 4: Join the Region 2 Public Health Training Center on February 4th for their Log-in2Learn series featuring Dr. Paul W. Thurman. This session on Taking Intelligent Risks: Leading Change that Works will help learners define what […]

  • Learning Opportunities: Ending the Opioid Epidemic, Combating Substance Abuse Stigma, Rural Mental Health

    December kicks off a season of plentiful professional development. This week, the PHLN is highlighting several live learning opportunities.   From Region III – Mid-Atlantic Regional Public Health Training Center Ending the Opioid Epidemic: Strategies for Success Live webinar February 4: This interactive webinar series has been designed to introduce diverse strategies for success in […]

  • Learning Opportunities: Chronic Care, Using Plain Language

    2020 kicks off a new decade of professional development. This week, the PHLN is highlighting several live learning opportunities. From Region I – New England Public Health Training Center Conversations Around Chronic Care Live webinar February 5:This webinar will provide a brief overview of Motivational Interviewing (MI) for community health workers and others who work […]

  • Learning Opportunities: Strategic Planning, Leading Improvement Projects, Community Health Centers

    January is full of learning opportunities. This week, the PHLN is highlighting several live learning opportunities. From Region III- Mid-Atlantic Regional Public Health Training Center Employment Opportunities at Community Health Centers Live webinar February 12: Thinking about your employment options after graduation? Interested in working with at-risk populations? Consider community health centers (CHC)—organizations that meet […]

  • Puerto Rico Makes Strides to Improve the Accuracy of Death Reporting: A crucial factor in adequately supporting communities impacted by natural disasters

    After Hurricanes Irma and Maria impacted Puerto Rico in 2017, there was a high level of concern about the jurisdiction’s ability to accurately estimate mortality after a natural disaster. Official government reports showing 64 deaths from both Hurricanes created uneasiness and mistrust among the public because it did not align with what they were experiencing. […]

  • Strength in Numbers: My Reflections on the Recent Death Certificate Training in Puerto Rico

    At the National Network of Public Health Institutes, I support the Hurricane Response Hub and the five Hurricane Response Hub Technical Assistance Centers. I was given the opportunity to travel to San Juan, Puerto Rico in October to participate in the Puerto Rico Hurricane Response Hub Technical Assistance Center’s Death Certificate Technical Training. Two months […]

  • Promoting Resilience in the Public Health Workforce: An Interview with Dr. Joseph Barbera

    The National Network of Public Health Institute’s National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training and Hurricane Response Hub recently completed the inaugural Project ECHO series on Individual and Workforce Resilience: Before, During, and After a Prolonged Hurricane Emergency. The ECHO Series aimed to help participants support resilience through individual and workforce strategies to manage stressors […]

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