Jul 22, 2014. The Vulnerable Population Strategic Initiative is working to ensure that all King County, Washington residents receive the best possible emergency medical services regardless of race, ethnicity, age, socioeconomic status, culture, gender, or language spoken.
Jul 17, 2014. The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice, in partnership with Public Health - Seattle & King County, is excited to announce its newest online toolkit, Texting for Public Health.
Jul 15, 2014. In the July Hot Topics, representatives from Montana’s public health system discuss the policy, administrative, and human resource techniques they are employing to strengthen their statewide system.
Jul 10, 2014. NWCPHP Research Assistant Dacey Storzbach recently completed her Master of Science in Public Health Genetics and has been awarded funding to pursue her medical degree at Oregon Health & Sciences University.
Jul 08, 2014. The Spring/Summer issue of Northwest Public Health, a magazine published by the UW School of Public Health, is now available.
Jul 02, 2014. Instructional Designer, Amy Van Fossen, MS Ed, designs NWCPHP's online modules and monthly Hot Topics slides. She incorporates her love for health and learning to life at and outside of work.
Jun 30, 2014. NWCPHP's newly released toolkit will help you design and develop an effective evaluation of your presentation or training.
Jun 26, 2014. Claire Huang, MPH, Research Assistant, is leaving NWCPHP to begin the next phase of her career.
Jun 23, 2014. Scott Winn, MSW, explains how his Summer Institute course, Achieving Racial Equity in Public Health, can help professionals address health disparities and create racial equity.
Jun 19, 2014. NWCPHP faculty member and founding director, Mark Oberle, MD, MPH, formally becomes an emeritus professor this summer. He reflects on his public health career.