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North Carolina Institute for Public Health

Mission Statement

NCIPH's mission is to improve public health, promote individual well-being and eliminate health disparities across North Carolina and around the world.

Competencies:
  • Convening/Partnering
  • Fiscal/Administration Management
  • Health Communications & Social Marketing
  • Health Information Services
  • Health Policy Development, Implementation & Evaluation
  • Population-Based Health Programs
  • Research & Evaluation
  • Training & Technical Assistance
Community Served:
North Carolina
Contact Information:
  • North Carolina Institute for Public Health
    400 Roberson Street, Carrboro, NC 27510
  • Rachel A. Wilfert, Interim Director
  • rachel.wilfert@unc.edu
  • 919.966.4085

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Resources contributed by this organization:

Connecting Public Health and Food Sector Collaborators: Reducing Sodium in Food Service Settings (April 5, 2017)

Explore research results on the strategies and promising practices for implementing healthy food guidelines in hospital and federal worksite cafeterias, learn more about food service directors’ point of view, and examine tools and resources from the federal government.

CASPER Method for Primary Data Collection in Community Health Assessments

A case study of the Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response (CASPER) method for primary data collection used by the North Carolina Institute for Public Health (NCIPH) to inform Community Health Needs Assessements.

2014 Annual Conference Collaborative Design Lab Research and Evaluation Business Development Collaborative Design Lab

Notes from a Collaborative Practice Design Lab (CPDL) at the 2014 NNPHI Annual Conference.

2014 Annual Conference Poster: Assessing the Impact of Public Health Investments on Community Health Outcomes

Anna P. Schenck (North Carolina Institute for Public Health) illustrates an approach to measure the return on investments in local health department services for infant mortality and other potential outcomes.

CHNA Public Forum Presentation: “Shared Accountability and Regional Governance”

Takeaways from Gene Matthews (Senior Fellow, NC Institute for Public Health) at the “Best Practices for CHNA and Implementation Strategy Development” meeting.