Feb 04, 2016. In the February session of Hot Topics in Practice, Karyn Brownson describes the process of developing the new Washington State Suicide Prevention Plan with over 250 stakeholders.
Feb 03, 2016. Each year, the Northwest Public Health Training Center (NWPHTC) funds student public health projects. Emily Turk, a recipient of funding in 2015, describes her experience documenting the health effects of toxic vapor exposure on Hanford tank workers.
Feb 02, 2016. NWCPHP will continue supporting emergency preparedness research and training efforts with two new projects in 2016.
Jan 25, 2016. The Northwest Public Health Training Center (NWPHTC) is now accepting applications for collaborative projects and field placement opportunities in Washington, Alaska, Idaho, and Oregon for Spring and Summer Quarter, 2016.
Jan 14, 2016. Evaluation Specialist Megan Rogers, MS, draws from a background in social services, psychology, and statistics to create practical evaluation tools that are useful for non-profit and government agencies.
Jan 12, 2016. In her first Letter from the Director, Betty Bekemeier, PhD, MPH, RN, recaps NWCPHP’s events during the past year and shares her vision for 2016.
Jan 11, 2016. In the January session of Hot Topics in Practice, Marla Peters, MHA, shares her experience working with marine law enforcement officials to evaluate a law change to improve boater safety.
Dec 14, 2015. The 2015 Northwest Public Health Leadership Institute came to a close as scholars presented leadership projects, met with public health leaders, and discussed critical challenges in public health.
Dec 03, 2015. In part five of a five-part We Are Public Health series update, we feature the continued success of the Clackamas County Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) program in providing mini-grants for community-based projects that increase access to healthy foods and physical activity. We are recognizing the excellent work of our partners as part of our 25th Anniversary.
Dec 02, 2015. In the December session of Hot Topics in Practice, public health leaders from Washington State discuss how to institutionalize a quality management culture in big and small organizations.