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  • National Consortium for Public Health Workforce Development Report: A Call to Action

    Learn about the specialized and strategic skills needed to thrive in the public health field, as identified by The National Consortium for Public Health Workforce Development. Established by the de Beaumont Foundation, the Consortium convened public health leaders from more than 30 national public health membership associations, federal agencies, and public health workforce peer networks (including the National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training at NNPHI) to identify areas of alignment among their priorities.

  • Kansas Medicaid: A Primer 2017

    Kansas Medicaid: A Primer 2017 is an in-depth “handbook” describing basic facts, history and trends surrounding Kansas Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program.

  • Health Impact Assessment Policymaker Profile

    The Health Impact Assessment (HIA) Policymaker Profile issue brief can be used as a reference point for various types of decison-makers, HIA practitioners or community groups who have interest in health impact assessments and want to identify and support emerging HIA champions.

  • Optimizing Your Health Impact Assessment (HIA) Experience

    This handbook explores how to anticipate and address potential challenges during the health impact assessment (HIA) process and includes examples from several HIAs across the United States and abroad. It also directs readers to existing HIA-related resources that can be used to address challenges or provide examples.

  • 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.

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