NWCPHP Director, Betty Bekemeier, and colleagues at the Public Health Institute (PHI) recently published an article in the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice that provides evidence for helping local health departments transition from direct clinical care to more population-level interventions.Read more »
Faculty and scholars in the 2019 Learning Lab.
Lillian Anderson, a recipient of student funding during the 2018–19 school year, describes her project with the Oregon State Grange.Read more »
Lillian Anderson, MPH graduate from Oregon State University.
In the next session of Hot Topics in Practice, leaders from Idaho discuss why local public health agencies should be involved in mental and behavioral health issues and the role they can play in rural suicide prevention.Read more »
The next session of Hot Topics in Practice, reviews vaping-related products, health impacts, and prevention efforts underway in Washington State.Read more »
Nicole (Nikki) Dettmar recently joined the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice (NWCPHP) from the University of Washington Libraries.Read more »
In the next session of Hot Topics in Practice, two communication specialists share their strategies and inspiration for using data to tell compelling public health stories.Read more »
The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice and the Northwest Regional Primary Care Association are collaborating to train public health and primary care professionals together.Read more »
Director of NWCPHP Betty Bekemeier and NWRPCA CEO Bruce Gray
Each year, the Northwest Public Health Training Center funds students completing public health projects in Alaska, Oregon, Idaho, and Washington. Courtney Roark, a recipient of funding during the 2018–19 school year, describes their project with the Northwest Abortion Access Fund.Read more »
MPH student Courtney Roark describes a project with the Northwest Abortion Access Fund.
In the next session of Hot Topics in Practice, Jennifer Little discusses a unique community coalition in Klamath County, Oregon, that is connecting economic improvements to health.Read more »
NWCPHP releases Collaborate with Tribes: A Public Health Toolkit to help strengthen public health partnerships around the region.Read more »