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Bonnie Cottle: Fascinated by What’s Worthwhile—and What Works

Bonnie Cottle: Fascinated by What’s Worthwhile—and What Works

May 18, 2017. Online Learning Specialist Bonnie Cottle discusses why she's passionate about social justice, fascinated by how people interact and learn, and compelled to apply her skills to her work at NWCPHP.

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Management Certificate Scholars See Value from Working with a Coach

Management Certificate Scholars See Value from Working with a Coach

May 16, 2017. Scholars in NWCPHP’s Public Health Management Certificate program receive benefits from their collaboration with a coach.

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Northwest Public Health Leadership Institute Kicks Off for 2017

Northwest Public Health Leadership Institute Kicks Off for 2017

May 11, 2017. Scholars at the 2017 Northwest Public Health Leadership Institute began their program year with the institute’s first onsite session, May 1–3, at the University of Washington in Seattle.

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Suzanne Wood Joins NWCPHP to Transform Health Services Delivery to Underserved Populations

Suzanne Wood Joins NWCPHP to Transform Health Services Delivery to Underserved Populations

May 09, 2017. NWCPHP faculty member Suzanne Wood, PhD, MS, FACHE, embarks on a new project to integrate primary care, behavioral health care, and social services to better address the underlying causes of health.

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The Integrated Project Experience: Helping Scholars Grow Professionally

The Integrated Project Experience: Helping Scholars Grow Professionally

May 04, 2017. NWCPHP sits down with John Thompson, scholar in the 2015–16 Public Health Management Certificate program, to learn how his integrated project helped shape his professional growth.

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Next Hot Topics Webinar: Drug Use and Dignity

Next Hot Topics Webinar: Drug Use and Dignity

May 02, 2017. In this session of Hot Topics in Practice, members of the Seattle and King County Heroin and Prescription Opiate Addiction Task Force discuss their attempts to implement “supervised consumption sites” to address the health and social harms of substances.

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NWCPHP Regional Partners Discuss New Avenues for Workforce Training

NWCPHP Regional Partners Discuss New Avenues for Workforce Training

Apr 13, 2017. NWCPHP hosted partners from throughout the Northwest to discuss developments in public health training and research during the annual Regional Network Steering Committee meeting held March 28–29.

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Management Certificate Scholar Sees Immediate Career Gains

Management Certificate Scholar Sees Immediate Career Gains

Apr 12, 2017. NWCPHP sits down with 2016–17 Public Health Management Certificate program scholar Dorota Carpenedo to learn how the program has enhanced her career.

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Next Hot Topics Webinar: Communicating Climate Action in Oregon

Next Hot Topics Webinar: Communicating Climate Action in Oregon

Apr 04, 2017. In the April session of Hot Topics in Practice, Emily York, MPH, Oregon Health Authority, presents the state’s new climate resilience plan.

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NWCPHP Welcomes New Marketing and Communications Manager

NWCPHP Welcomes New Marketing and Communications Manager

Mar 27, 2017. NWCPHP welcomes Herbert Atienza as its new Marketing and Communications Manager.

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