Jul 02, 2015. The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice will be honoring alumni and community innovators at its upcoming 25th anniversary reception. Nominations are due July 24.
Jul 01, 2015. Instructional Designer, Sarah Cohen, brings her passion for teaching and creative writing to NWCPHP’s learning products, helping to conceptualize and design online trainings for adult learners. When she’s not hard at work creating trainings, Sarah spends her time chasing after her twin toddlers and working on two book manuscripts.
Jun 29, 2015. In the July 2015 session of Hot Topics in Practice, Peter Rabinowitz, MD, MPH, discusses the “one health” framework for connecting human, animal, and environmental health to address emerging disease challenges.
Jun 26, 2015. Two communication pieces from the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice have won awards of excellence in the 2015 APEX competition.
Jun 25, 2015. Three Public Health Management Certificate scholars—Trisha Gardner, Tanya Houston, and Jill Boettcher—have used the program to advance their careers.
Jun 23, 2015. Leaders from public health, health care, and community organizations are invited to a one day summit on November 13, 2015, in SeaTac, Washington, to discuss policy, practice, and partnership innovations for injury and violence prevention.
Jun 18, 2015. Findings from Northwest Preparedness and Emergency Response Research Center (NWPERRC) research have been translated into a new pandemic influenza tabletop exercise now available to the public health practice community.
Jun 10, 2015. The 2015 issue of Northwest Public Health, the University of Washington School of Public Health’s annual magazine, is now available.
Jun 09, 2015. NWCPHP is pleased to announce the 2015 Summer Institute plenary speakers. All presentations take place during the first week of August at the University of Washington’s South Campus Center and are open to the public.
Jun 03, 2015. In the June session of Hot Topics in Practice, Drs. Patrick O’Carroll and Tim McAfee review past and future strategies for preventing tobacco-related diseases.