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  • phPIN Webinar: Adapting In-Person Performance and QI Trainings for a Virtual Environment

    This is the archived resource for the August phPIN webinar with DeMatt Harkins from the Mississippi State Department of Health. In this webinar, the presenter discusses his process for transitioning an established in-person training to an interactive virtual experience. The discussion allowed for attendees to ask questions and share their experiences related to challenges and […]

  • A Guidebook for Developing Public Health Communities of Practice

    Within recent decades, leaders across different sectors have turned to social learning models to foster the innovation and collaboration needed to tackle some of the largest challenges in their fields. One of the most well-known models is the Community of Practice (CoP). This model assists professionals engaged in a discipline, field, or area of practice […]

  • phPIN Webinar: Advancing Performance Improvement in the Age of COVID-19

    This is the archived resource for the June phPIN webinar with Ken Komatsu from the Arizona Department of Health Services and Nicole Morley from the Indiana State Department of Health. This webinar was held in partnership with the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, and moderated by Heidi Westermann, who’s their Director of Public […]

  • Evolving our Evaluation Approach: COVID-19 Recommended Modifications Guide

    Public health institutes, health departments, and other agencies have had to modify their approach to work in real-time to keep staff and communities safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Evaluating programs and initiatives is essential to identifying public health best practices and promising interventions. However, prioritizing emergency response activities and physical distancing relating to the COVID-19 […]

  • phPIN Webinar: A Conversation on Accreditation with PHAB

    This is the archived resource for the May phPIN webinar with David Stone, Robin Wilcox, and Chelsea Saari from the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB). The webinar provided updates on what’s new at PHAB, including resources, trainings, and other information. We discussed the connection between accreditation/national standards and health departments’ COVID-19 response activities and capabilities.

  • STD Management Coaching Evaluation: EPIC Project

    With funding from CDC, NNPHI is working with the DTSTDP, CDC’s Program Development and Quality Improvement Branch (PDQIB), and the Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center (RMPHTC) to implement The Evaluation and Program Improvement Capacity Project. This project supports health departments’ STD programs in their efforts to make strategic decisions, plan and using scientific methods […]

  • 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 […]

  • Results and recommendations from a national public health workforce development systems assessment conducted in the United States

    Authors: Christina Welter, Betty Bekemeier, and Jennifer McKeever This article is published in the journal, Pedagogy in Health Promotion. Multiple public health workforce development assessments report individual worker knowledge and skill-based training needs. These assessments do not capture practitioners’ in-depth perceptions of complex public health challenges and whether workforce development approaches address these issues. To […]

  • phPIN Webinar: Building a Performance Management System to Strengthen Quality Improvement

    This is the archived resource for the February phPIN webinar with Whitney Litzner and Maria Swiakowski from the Macomb County Health Department in Michigan. Public Health has been measuring performance for years, with the help of tools from the Public Health Foundation, CDC and local Public Health Institutes. However, measures at local health departments are […]

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