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Research Provides Evidence for Public Health Emergency Communication Strategies

Research Provides Evidence for Public Health Emergency Communication Strategies

Oct 30, 2014. As the Northwest Preparedness and Emergency Response Research Center grant comes to a close, researchers are focusing on translating and disseminating their practice-oriented findings into evidence to be utilized by the larger public health community.

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Next Hot Topics Webinar: Ebola Preparedness in Washington State

Next Hot Topics Webinar: Ebola Preparedness in Washington State

Oct 28, 2014. In the November session of Hot Topics in Practice, Scott Lindquist, MD, MPH, discusses Ebola preparedness efforts underway in Washington State.

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Innovative Faculty-Student Model Gets a New Start

Innovative Faculty-Student Model Gets a New Start

Oct 23, 2014. NWCPHP joins a new venture to provide student training and rapid consultation to domestic public health organizations.

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Call for Story Ideas: Big Data in Public Health

Call for Story Ideas: Big Data in Public Health

Oct 22, 2014. The Northwest Public Health magazine is seeking story ideas on how Big Data could change public health.

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Training Resources for Ebola Preparedness

Training Resources for Ebola Preparedness

Oct 17, 2014. NWCPHP’s free online training resources are available to help health departments with Ebola preparedness.

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NWCPHP's Work Featured in Journal of Public Health Management and Practice

NWCPHP's Work Featured in Journal of Public Health Management and Practice

Oct 07, 2014. The current supplemental issue of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice features NWCPHP’s work developing and evaluating innovative trainings for public health preparedness.

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Katie Osterhage: Crossing Continents to Study Community Health Needs

Katie Osterhage: Crossing Continents to Study Community Health Needs

Oct 01, 2014. Research Coordinator Katie Osterhage's love for qualitative research and great curiosity for the unknown has led her to three different continents to study populations and their health needs. She helps manage the SOARING project at NWCPHP.

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Next Hot Topics Webinar: Responding to the Oso Mudslide

Next Hot Topics Webinar: Responding to the Oso Mudslide

Sep 25, 2014. In the October session of Hot Topics in Practice, Gary Goldbaum, MD, MPH, shares how his health district worked with partner agencies in response to the Oso, Washington mudslide.

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Onora Lien: Building a Resilient Health Care System

Onora Lien: Building a Resilient Health Care System

Sep 22, 2014. NWCPHP sits down with Northwest Healthcare Response Network Executive Director Onora Lien, to learn about her vision for building a regional health care response system.

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Educating the Next Generation of Public Health Practitioners

Educating the Next Generation of Public Health Practitioners

Sep 16, 2014. This fall, new undergraduate Public Health majors at the University of Washington will begin their training with a course co-taught by NWCPHP Director Tao Sheng Kwan-Gett.

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