This is the archived resource for the April 2019 phPIN webinar.
View recording here.
Join the Public Health Performance Improvement Network (phPIN) for our April webinar with Beth Ransopher, RS, MEP, the Management Analyst II/Workforce Development Manager with the Office of Workforce Development at Columbus Public Health.
Hiring and training health department staff can be a daunting effort. Effective employee training is an essential step to an organization’s success and the retention of all employees. This is even more important when orienting new employees. New staff need to receive quality training to carry out responsibilities and build a firm foundation to ensure a successful work experience with the organization. Quality improvement principles can be powerful guiding steps in developing and improving workforce development programing, including new employee orientation. In this webinar, we will explore a local health department’s journey in improving and implementing a new employee orientation program that involves all levels of the department. Elements of the program that were developed will be shared including training plans, resources, checklists, and training modules. Finally, we will learn how these efforts helped the organization successfully maintain PHAB accreditation.
Beth Ransopher, RS, MEP
Ms. Ransopher is the Workforce Development Manager for Columbus Public Health (CPH) in Columbus, OH. She has over 28 years of experience working for local public health departments in workforce development, emergency preparedness and environmental health. She worked for the Delaware General Health District (OH) for thirteen years. She joined Columbus Public Health in 2002 as the Workforce Development Coordinator in the Office of Emergency Preparedness. She was promoted to Workforce Development Manager in the Office of Human Resources to manage workforce activities for the entire department. She is responsible for the department’s Workforce Development Plan, managing two learning management systems, coordinating training programs and completing public health accreditation documentation for Domain 8. Ms. Ransopher is a trained PHAB Site Visitor and represents NACCHO on the Council on Linkages Between Academia and Public Health Practice committee.
With nearly 600 members, The Public Health Performance Improvement Network (phPIN) is a learning community and peer exchange network. Participants from all over the country share innovative practices, trusted resources, and real-life experience leading performance improvement movements in their agencies and jurisdictions.