May 23, 2013. Following a website redesign project targeting several key components of www.nwcphp.org, survey results indicate improved satisfaction of website visitors.
May 20, 2013. This news item is the third in a 10-part series on public health communication. This installment focuses on how to develop a communications plan.
May 16, 2013. Faculty member Carl Osaki helps public health and emergency preparedness workers in Oregon strengthen collaborations to assure safe drinking water, wastewater management, and sanitation in the event of a tsunami.
May 13, 2013. Faculty member Carl Osaki shares how he learned the value of conducting evaluations and why those skills are in high demand for today's public health leaders.
May 09, 2013. In the May Hot Topics, Michael Kinzer and Gerry Croteau discuss safety standards that address lead exposure at firing ranges.
May 07, 2013. This news item is the second in a 10-part series on public health communication. This installment focuses on how to develop and implement your brand.
May 02, 2013. At the request of the Washington State Department of Health, NWCPHP evaluated options for sustainability and long-term planning for the Pacific NorthWest Border Health Alliance.
Apr 29, 2013. Thirteen public health practitioners graduated this month from NWCPHP’s Leadership Institute, leaving with more than a certificate of completion. Each scholar developed a leadership project that related to his or her workplace.
Apr 25, 2013. Faculty member and lifelong teacher, Marguerite Langlois, MEd, shares her wisdom on project management in NWCPHP's Summer Institute and Management Certificate.
Apr 23, 2013. This news item is the first in a 10-part series on public health communication. This series will focus on strategies for successful communication with your target audiences, helping to make a clear, compelling voice for public health in your community.