Extending our reach through interactive, online resources that bring our network’s expertise to your doorstep.

NNPHI regularly hosts webinars covering everything from public health institute development and public health performance to quality improvement and building partnerships across fields and sectors.

Webinars are led by senior staff from NNPHI, public health institutes, and public health training centers as well as outside thought leaders and topic experts. They provide on-going opportunities for you to advance public health practice and improve population health where it matters most to you.

Our webinars are available to multiple audiences (check listings for particular eligibility) including staff members in the NNPHI network, public health departments, and other organizations that influence the health of populations.

  • National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training (NCCPHT) Third Thursday at Three Web Conference Series

    National Network of Public Health Institutes

    This Web Conference series will be held on the third Thursday of each month at 3:00 ET and will address topics that Regional Public Health Training Centers (and Local Performance Sites) have identified as being important to their work through Workgroup meetings, the Online Exchange TA Discussion Board, and from other modes of feedback. The […]

  • The American Public Health Association’s National Public Health Week

    Washington, DC and Online

    American Public Health Association

    Join us in celebrating National Public Health Week 2017. From the American Public Health Association: The theme of this year’s National Public Health Week is “Healthiest Nation 2030,” with the goal of making the U.S. the healthiest nation in one generation. From April 3-9, people will implement hundreds of events around the country and demonstrate […]

  • Connecting Public Health and Food Sector Collaborators: Reducing Sodium in Food Service Settings

    National Network of Public Health Institutes, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and Dialogue4Health

    This Web Forum will share research results on the strategies and promising practices for implementing healthy food guidelines in hospital and federal worksite cafeterias, feature the valuable perspective from the food service director’s point of view and highlight credible rationale, tools and resources from the federal level. Register for the webinar »

  • Community-Wide Interventions That Have Health Impact in 5 Years (HI-5): An In-Depth Look at Public Transportation Expansion

    National Network of Public Health Institutes, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and Dialogue4Health

    This Web Forum series highlights specific interventions identified in the HI-5 initiative, and will provide stakeholders with the opportunity to hear real world examples of how local and state-level organizations have expanded public transportation to meet needs of their communities. Presenters from CDC, Von Nguyen, Acting Associate Director for Policy, and Elizabeth Skillen, CDC Senior […]

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