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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.

  • 2017 NNPHI Annual Conference Recap

    Since 2001, the NNPHI Annual conference has brought together public health professionals from around the country to learn new skills, grow their network and develop innovative ideas by supporting and highlighting the work of the nation’s public health institutes. Last year’s theme – Navigating Uncertainty, Spanning Boundaries, Improving Health – fostered conversations around moving public […]

  • Training Highlights: Public Health and Law, Legislative Impacts, Grounded Leadership

    Look ahead to next month for more learning: May will bring us two in-person courses in Atlanta from Region 4, and a distance-learning opportunity from Region 9. From Region 4: Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University Public Health Law 101 and Introduction to Legal Epidemiology Live on May 16 in Atlanta, Georgia: Public health law […]

  • Training Highlights: Vaccination Disparities, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Behavior Change Practice, Grant Writing

    Join Regions 9 and 3 this spring with several live learning sessions, and one in-person workshop in West Virginia. From Region 9 LPS: University of Nevada, Reno HPV Vaccination Challenges in Rural and Suburban Settings Live on April 13: This next Project ECHO session will discuss factors of HPV vaccination disparities. A significant factor related […]

  • Training Highlights: Bias in Language, Effective Health Communication, Public Health Infrastructure

    Several live webinars are offered this week from Regions 1, 2, and 7. Gain knowledge and skills in the topics of verbal bias, health communication, and public health infrastructure. From Region 2: Region 2 Public Health Training Center (Columbia University) Addressing Unconscious Bias in Our Language Live on April 3, 2018: The idea that we all have […]

  • Training Highlights: Harm Reduction, Human Trafficking, Black Mental Health

    The Public Health Learning Network kicks off spring with several live trainings to help you strengthen your career knowledge and skills. From Region 5 LPS: IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health Why Harm Reduction? Join as the Public Health INsights and INnovations series explores harm reduction with experts from the field. This month, the […]

  • Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT) 2018

    About PHIT The annual Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT) is a one-of-a-kind training experience offering two days of interactive sessions, intensive peer sharing and learning, and purposeful networking opportunities. The two-day event also features hands-on sessions on topic areas, such as: Performance management and quality improvement, National accreditation and reaccreditation, Workforce development, and Health assessment […]

  • Training Highlights: Using Data, Behavior Change, Managing Projects

    This week, the Public Health Learning Network is highlighting multiple formats for trainings to reach learners. Log in to a live webinar, attend an in-person training, and view an archived training. From Region 7: Midwestern Public Health Training Center (University of Iowa) Using a data query system for public health application Join us for a Digital […]

  • Training Highlights: Recovery, Leadership, Trauma, LGBTQ Health

    Don’t miss these latest offerings from the PHLN. Learn more about recovery approaches, leadership resources, trauma-informed practice, and LGBTQ health equity. From Region 9 LPS: University of Hawai’i, Manoa Recovery Approaches and Improving Attitudes for Success Living Recovery Approaches for anyone includes a range of interventions, strategies, treatments, and individual behavior changes. The strengths approach […]

  • Training Highlights: Influenza, Strategic Partnerships, Health Literacy

    Learn about three key public health concepts this week: influenza, leadership, and health literacy this week with the Public Health Learning Network. From Region 4: Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University Fighting Flu Now and Preparing for the Future “There’s no typical flu season,” said Lynnette Brammer to the Washington Post in 2013. Years later, […]

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