About the Public Health Improvement Training
PHIT 2018 will take place June 26 & 27 in Atlanta, Georgia. Look out for the Call for Abstracts in January, 2018.
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Building on more than a decade of collaborative work with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and national public health partner organizations, PHIT offers networking opportunities as well as interactive learning and skill-building sessions designed for different experience levels. Annually, PHIT features hands-on sessions and discussion groups that renew commitment to performance excellence and inspire new insight long after the convening ends.
NNPHI hosts PHIT, in collaboration with the CDC, the Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support (OSTLTS), and the following national organizations:
- American Public Health Association (APHA)
- Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO)
- National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO)
- National Indian Health Board (NIHB)
- Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB)
- Public Health Foundation (PHF)
What to Expect
PHIT topics include quality improvement, performance management, national voluntary accreditation, health assessment and improvement planning.
- Learn from those who have been in your shoes including practitioners, professional trainers and national partners.
- Participate in small workshops that will offer attendees a hands-on opportunity to learn and practice the skills of performance and quality improvement.
- Gain insight into the relationships between various public health improvement initiatives and tools, including accreditation, and state/community health improvement planning frameworks.
- Hear and share valuable tips at this premier networking event for performance improvement professionals and those interested in public health agency, system and community health improvement.
- Gain access to tools, templates, resources and peer contacts to support you to take action.
PHIT programming is intended for quality improvement and community health improvement coordinators, facilitators and other professionals from health departments and the organizations that support them, including public health institutes and national organizations.
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