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  • Incorporating a Relational Model in Training and Technical Assistance to Promote Trust, Equity, and Collaboration

    Training and technical assistance for health departments are essential components of public health infrastructure aimed at enhancing health department personnel’s knowledge, skills, and capabilities. Training and technical assistance (TTA) can be defined as targeted and tailored support for organizations or agencies that includes answering questions, sharing resources, or providing guidance on a specific area. Technical […]

  • Preparing for the Unforeseen: Insights from the Public Health Policy & Strategy Innovation Hub Training

    In today’s ever-changing landscape, being an effective public health professional requires being responsive to your community’s needs, and anticipating what services and programs will be needed. Yet, traditional public health training often falls short of equipping professionals with the foresight, adaptability, and collaborative tools needed to navigate future challenges effectively. A 2023 analysis of 201 […]

  • Helping the Helpers: How We Can Support Public Health Training Developers

    Many public health professionals are aware of “Train the Trainer” programs that instruct professionals on providing necessary knowledge or skills to other practitioners, but how does the trainer know where to start? How do they get support, and what does- or can- that look like? In 2023, the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) […]

  • Public Health Infrastructure Grant Training and Technical Assistance Accessibility Guide

    This Accessibility Guide was created by the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) to make the delivery of training and technical assistance through the OE22-2203: Strengthening U.S. Public Health Infrastructure, Workforce, and Data Systems Grant, commonly referred to as the Public Health Infrastructure Grant (PHIG), more inclusive. PHIG is a five-year investment providing funding […]

  • The Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT) 2024 (Virtual)

    The Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT) is back and ready for you in 2024! You asked, we listened! With more than 150 Mini PHIT participants last year, we couldn’t help but give you more time and more experiences. We have extended the In-person Mini PHIT to be a one and a half-day convening in 2024 […]

  • The Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT) 2024 (In-Person)

    You asked, we listened! With more than 150 Mini PHIT participants last year, we couldn’t help but give you more time and more experiences. We have extended the In-person Mini PHIT to be a one and a half-day convening in 2024 to bring you more workshops, coffee chats and longer in-person networking opportunities. The Public Health […]

  • Foundational Public Health Training Development and Support

    Overview AmeriCorps and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have joined forces through Public Health AmeriCorps. Together, and with support from key national partners, they are supporting the recruitment, training, and development of the next generation of public health leaders who will be ready to respond to the nation’s public health needs. Public Health […]

  • Public Health Training Centers Supporting Community Health Workers

    Community Health Workers (CHWs) hold a unique and essential role within the public health workforce. CHWs often share life experiences, socioeconomic status, and language with people in the communities where they work. This community connection is usually part of the hiring criteria. As a result, CHW workforce is among the most ethnically and linguistically diverse […]

  • ‘More than a Checkbox’: How Public Health Training Centers Are Advancing Racial Justice

    In addition to other county and city leaders, policymakers from seven states and the District of Columbia have formally highlighted racism as a public health crisis or emergency. This spotlight can directly lead to increased attention, funding, and innovation needed to address the root causes of racism. There is an immediate opportunity to create more […]

  • A STEP FORWARD: ANTI-RACIST TRAINING IN PUBLIC HEALTH

    Racism was deemed a public health emergency in 2020, emphasizing the urgent need to advance inclusion, equity, and diversity. Public health practitioners are essential in fighting against bias, discrimination, and microaggressions in the workplace. The self-paced training, “How to be Anti-Racist in the Everyday Practice of Public Health, is designed to equip public health professionals […]

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