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  • Classroom Physical Activity Ideas and Tips

    As part of the Springboard to Active Schools initiative, NNPHI collaborated with Health Resources in Action and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to develop “Considerations for Classroom Physical Activity during COVID-19.” This resource provides tips for teachers on how to effectively engage students in active learning and printable sheets of easy-to-use and adaptable activity/energizer […]

  • Considerations for Classroom Physical Activity during COVID-19

    As part of the Springboard to Active Schools initiative, NNPHI collaborated with Health Resources in Action and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to develop “Considerations for Classroom Physical Activity during COVID-19.” This resource provides district and school administrators, teachers, and parents/caregivers and families with practical ideas and considerations to safely and equitably incorporate physical […]

  • Bringing Project ECHO to Public Health

    In this one-pager, the National Network of Public Health Institutes provides an overview of the Project ECHO® model and highlights some of the ways that it is being adapted for public health. This resource is designed to be used by NNPHI members and partners to “make the case” for using Project ECHO as a key […]

  • Arts + Public Health: Leveraging Cross-sector Collaboration for Better Health Outcomes

    Over the past few decades, there has been heightened interest in the effects of arts and cultural participation on health and well-being in communities. Recent longitudinal large-cohort studies in the UK  have shown that arts engagement is associated with better mental and physical health, lower risk of depression, enhanced health behaviors, reduced loneliness, reduced engagement […]

  • Opioid Settlement Priorities: Recommendations from the Addiction Solutions Campaign

    This resource outlines a framework for proposed funding priorities for opioid settlement funding. This list of recommendations was created by partners including NNPHI member Public Health Management Corporation. Proposed priorities for funding fall under three key areas and include money for prevention, treatment, and behavioral health and health systems strengthening work and systems change.

  • Addressing Substance Use Disorder in Chicago through Collaboration

    This presentation was made by Public Health Institute of Metropolitan Chicago at the 2017 NNPHI Annual Conference. These slides discuss the opioid crisis in Chicago. The Chicago Department of Public Health and PHIMC collaborated on a programmatic approach for addressing substance use disorders in Chicago. The presentation addresses project achievements, opportunities and challenges.     […]

  • Definitions of Commonly Used Terms in the Opioid Crisis

    NNPHI developed this brief listing of definitions in collaboration with Health Resources in Action and Public Health Institute of Metropolitan Chicago. While its original use was to inform several state convenings related to opioid overdose prevention, it may be a helpful resource for anyone working in this topic area. media and communication

  • Advancing Tobacco Prevention and Control in Rural America

    Commercial tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable disease, disability, and death in the United States.  Rural communities continue to bear a disproportionate burden of tobacco-related health harms. Given the disproportionate impact commercial tobacco has had on rural communities, NNPHI assembled a team including Maine Public Health Institute (lead author), and National Association of Chronic […]

  • Rapid Review of Rural Health Research

    The Rapid Review is a compilation of research and resources on the five leading causes of death in rural America gathered from online resources and limited to the years 2013 through 2017.

  • Using outcomes data to design a patient receptiveness study: A cross sector collaborative evaluation of the CDC STEADI Fall Prevention Program

    This presentation describes how quantitative data was utilized as the evidence base for a cross sector collaborative evaluation of patient receptiveness. Constructs from four health behavior theories were used to inform the qualitative framework; and an annotated interview questionnaire labeled with corresponding components of each theory was developed. The presentation will also detail recommended practices […]

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