PHLN Learning Opportunities

The Public Health Learning Network aims to advance practice and improve population health in the United States.

  • Learning Opportunity: Every Contact Counts: Contact Tracing for Public Health Professionals

      Every Contact Counts: Contact Tracing for Public Health Professionals Northwest Center for Public Health Practice Online Training Help your public health agency expand their contact tracing efforts and slow the spread of COVID-19. Public health professionals, who might not have experience with contact tracing, can take this course to learn the basics and to be […]

  • Wellness and Self-Compassion: Supporting Mental Health and Substance Use Providers during the Pandemic

      Wellness and Self-Compassion: Supporting Mental Health and Substance Use Providers during the Pandemic New England MHTTC   Live Webinar: May 13 at1:30pm ET Supporting Mental Health and Substance Use Providers during the crisis created by Corvid-19 is imperative. This webinar will focus on how providers are coping and how to best support this critical […]

  • Leadership in Times of Chaos

      Leadership in Times of Chaos Pacific Southwest MHTTC   Live Webinar: May 18 from 6:00pm – 7:30pm ET Leadership during change is, at best, a constant learning and adapting process. It requires leaders to reflect and learn about existing challenges; find solutions collaboratively with other leaders and team members; and determine new solutions, recognizing […]

  • Shining a Light on API Mental Health in the Time of COVID-19

      Shining a Light on API Mental Health in the Time of COVID-19 Pacific Southwest MHTTC   Live Webinar: May 15 from 3:00pm – 4:30pm ET COVID-19 has had a profound impact on the mental health of countless individuals, including Asian and Pacific Islanders (API). For some it may spark an old trauma and PTSD […]

  • Trauma-Informed, Resilience-Oriented Leadership During a Pandemic

      Trauma-Informed, Resilience-Oriented Leadership During a Pandemic Pacific Southwest MHTTC   Live Webinar: May 11 from 6:00pm – 7:15pm ET Moving towards a trauma-informed and resilient organization involves intentional and equitable approaches to systemic and organizational change. This includes focusing on the well-being of all the adults within a system so that they can bring […]

  • Pandemic Policies and Practices: A Conversation on Allocating Scarce Resources

      Pandemic Policies and Practices: A Conversation on Allocating Scarce Resources Pitt Public Health, University of Pittsburgh Center for Bioethics & Health Law   Live Webinar: May 12 from 11:00am – 12:00pm ET We are pleased to introduce Pandemic Policies and Practices, a distance-accessible series that will host discussions of relevant and provocative ethical issues […]

  • Thriving in an Online Work Environment

      Thriving in an Online Work Environment Midwestern Public Health Training Center, Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center, Region IV Public Health Training Center   On Demand Training Are you now working remotely? Are you finding it difficult to manage your stress and productivity? Are you frustrated by inefficient virtual meetings? Are you responsible for transitioning […]

  • Equitable Preparedness for Vulnerable Populations – Implementation Strategies

      Equitable Preparedness for Vulnerable Populations – Implementation Strategies Social Determinants of Health Academy   Live Webinar: June 3 from 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm CT Join the Social Determinants of Health Academy for a learning session that will identify strategies to adequately and equitably prepare for disasters and emergencies in a health center setting, […]

  • Volunteer Management for Emergency Response at Local Health Departments

      Volunteer Management for Emergency Response at Local Health Departments Region V Public Health Training Center   Live Webinar- May 8 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET Join the Region V Public Health Training Center on May 8 (12:00am-1:00pm ET) for a webinar that will provide examples of ways in which local health departments […]

  • COVID-19: Mobilizing a Safe and Adequate Health Workforce

      COVID-19: Mobilizing a Safe and Adequate Health Workforce National Conference of State Legislatures   Live Webinar- May 6 from 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm ET COVID-19 is posing a serious threat to the nation’s health care workforce. As cases continue to rise, there is increasing demand and strain on the health care workforce in […]

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