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National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training

We advance and support capacity, competency, quality, and equity through an intentional mix of activities, resources, and partnerships. Our current programs include:

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Evaluation and Program Improvement Scholars Program (EPIS)
The Evaluation and Program Improvement Scholars Program (EPIS) aims to build the capacity of STD program staff. The program is open to STD program managers, epidemiologists, program evaluators, intervention specialists, and CDC-funded STD programs.
Indigenous Public Health Leaders Program
The Indigenous Public Health Leadership Program is a leadership training institute for emerging tribal public health professionals that are in entry to mid-level positions within tribal health/tribal public health organizations or are otherwise serving tribal populations.
Open Forum for Quality Improvement and Innovation in Public Health
The Open Forum Next Generation (NxGen) provides public health practitioners an opportunity to learn and engage with peers around critical topics currently facing both the public health workforce and the healthcare workforce.
Project ECHO for Public Health
The National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training provides training and implementation support on the Extension for Community Health Outcomes for Public Health ECHO model, supports peer collaboration and network building, and leads a range of ECHO series focused on increasing capacity, resilience, and collaboration among the public health workforce.
Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT)
The Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT) offers networking opportunities as well as interactive learning and skill-building sessions designed for different experience levels. This annual training offers a one-of-a-kind professional development experience to health department professionals and their partners through small workshops with peer learning, purposeful networking, and practical sessions with interactive activities to practice skills.
Public Health Professionals learning and coaching
Public Health Learning Navigator
The Learning Navigator is a streamlined, curated online resource supporting quality learning for the public health workforce. The Learning Navigator saves you time, by doing the hard work of finding quality, online learning opportunities.
Public Health Performance Improvement Network (phPIN)
The Public Health Performance Improvement Network (phPIN) is a learning community and peer exchange network for those of you providing leadership in performance improvement in public health.
Public Health Professionals learning and coaching
Public Health Training Centers
The Regional Public Health Training Centers are located at the top universities throughout the United States. The training centers focus on evidence-based applied practice and workforce development to ensure public health professionals have access to convenient, flexible ways to meet their learning goals.
Public Health Professionals learning and coaching
Quality Training Development Access and Peer Learning
CDC developed the Quality Training Standards to help public health practitioners who develop, deliver, and procure trainings ensure the trainings meet basic standards for quality. The standards also serve as a tool to help learners find quality training in existing learning systems and on training-related websites.
Strategic Scholars Program
The Strategic Scholars Program, program developed and implemented by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI), uses a community of practice cohort model and multiple learning modalities to build governmental public health workforce capacity in eight strategic skill areas, as well as across the eight core competencies’ domains.
Tribal Capacity
The Tribal Public Health Capacity Support Project (TPHC) was created to provide resources for Indian Country to optimize the quality and performance of tribal public health systems and strengthen and improve the capacity of tribal public health systems to effectively respond to AI/AN public health challenges.
The Coordinating Center
The Coordinating Center will work with six OMH funded demonstration sites over the course of three years to use legal epidemiology as a framework to assess policies that may create or perpetuate health disparities by contributing to structural racism.

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