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  • Training Opportunity: Public Health Policy and Strategy Innovation Hub

      Training Period: January 2023 – July 2023 Eligibility: This opportunity is available to teams of forward-thinking and dynamic early, mid and senior career public health professionals at the state, tribal, local, and territorial levels. Deadlines: Application Deadline: November 30, 2022, at 5:00 pm ET Opportunity:  A new training opportunity for early, mid, and senior […]

  • The Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT) 2023 (Virtual)

    The Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT) will be held in person (May 8, 2023) AND virtually (June 5-7, 2023), featuring a series of hands-on, skill-building workshops designed to elevate practice to the next level for the public health improvement workforce in order to take action in public health performance improvement topics such as: Change Management […]

  • Training and Supporting Healthcare Leadership During the COVID Pandemic

    The COVID-19 pandemic brought extraordinary new challenges to all levels of the health workforce. For healthcare leaders, challenges related to staffing shortages, budget cuts, masking and vaccine mandates, and “the great resignation” from public health has significantly increased daily stress. Compounding these issues, conceptual myths that those in leadership positions have roles that protect them […]

  • The Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT) 2023 (In Person)

    The Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT) will be held in person (May 8, 2023) AND virtually (June 5-7, 2023), featuring a series of hands-on, skill-building workshops designed to elevate practice to the next level for the public health improvement workforce in order to take action in public health performance improvement topics such as: Change Management […]

  • Beyond Training for Health Equity: Exploring New Contexts and Commitments

    Late last year, we revisited a discussion about health equity that focused on identifying strategies to help public health professionals more effectively examine the root causes of inequity in the distribution of disease and illness. A few months after we published that article, COVID-19 had claimed the lives of 50,000 Black Americans. That morbid milestone is yet another […]

  • We Have a Vaccine. Now What?: Six Essential Vaccine Trainings for Public Health Professionals

    The Public Health Learning Network (PHLN), the nation’s most comprehensive system of public health educators, experts, and thought leaders, is a leader in developing and delivering timely and high-quality trainings for the public health workforce. The country’s ten Regional Public Health Training Centers play a significant role in creating, identifying, and sharing training and resources […]

  • Trainings on Vaccines and Vaccinations

    The list of trainings from the Public Health Learning Network (PHLN) focuses on addressing potential challenges to a successful national COVID-19 vaccination campaign, including issues like messaging and coordination, equitable access, and vaccine distribution. Take a training today and share this list of trainings with colleagues in the public health workforce as we work together […]

  • Beyond Training for Health Equity: How One Public Health Training Center is Addressing Equity

    Four years ago, NNPHI explored a serious and significant question: how are public health practitioners learning to advance health equity by acting more effectively on the root causes of inequity in the distribution of disease and illness? The disproportionate health, economic, and social impacts of COVID-19 on communities of color and the wave of national […]

  • NNPHI Support for Advancing Learning and Implementing Training on Health and Racial Equity

    NNPHI Support for Advancing Learning and Implementing Training on Health and Racial Equity As a nonpartisan, national public health organization and network representing 44 public health institutes employing over 8,000 subject matter experts in myriad sub disciplines, NNPHI supports efforts underway to strengthen the competencies of our nation’s public health workforce to eliminate structural racism […]

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