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  • Public Health Pronto: Community Dimensions of Practice

    In an interview with John Richards, Co-Director of Georgetown University’s National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health and Project Lead for the MCH Navigator, Jennifer McKeever, NNPHI’s Director of Public Health Practice and Training, discusses “community dimensions” of public health practice, including how and why public health professionals should seek out, establish, and nurture relationships that can improve health within a community.

  • Public Health Learning Network Workforce Training Chartbook

    Developed by the National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training (NCCPHT) Evaluation team, The Public Health Learning Network Workforce Training Chartbook explores collected common metrics for the Public Health Learning Network’s 10 Regional Public Health Training Centers (RPHTCs).

  • New Virtual Training: Vector Control for Environmental Health Professionals (VCEHP)

    Developed jointly by the CDC, NNPHI, Texas Health Institute, Region IV Public Health Training Center, and other partners, the Vector Control for Environment Health Professionals online training course provides insight into tools and technique to combat public health pests and vectors that spread pathogens for environmental health professionals. Courses are free and provide flexibility to accommodate a wide variety of schedules. Participants also have the option of earning continuing education credits (CEUs) pending completion of the courses and a final evaluation. This training emphasizes the use of integrated pest management (IPM) as an effective tool in pest and vector-borne disease management.

  • The Frontline of Population Health: Community Health Workers

    This presentation led by Michael E. Rhein, President and CEO of Institute for Public Health Innovation and Dawn Heffernan RN, MS, CDE, the Director of the Western MA Public Health Training Center explores the challenges that community health workers (CHW) face every day and suggestions for improvement in the community.

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