May 27, 2015. Each year, scholars in NWCPHP's Public Health Management Certificate program complete an individual integrated project. For 2012–13 scholar Kimberly Link, her project is continuing to make an impact on her organization.
May 18, 2015. Every year the Summer Institute for Public Health Practice draws professionals from across the globe together for three-and-a-half days of training. Learn five reasons to attend.
May 12, 2015. The Strategic Analysis, Research and Training (START) domestic program recently completed its first faculty-student projects. In part two of a two-part series, Phillip Hwang speaks about his work and the lessons he learned.
May 04, 2015. In the May session of Hot Topics in Practice, Rosalyn Singleton, MD, MPH, shares the successes and challenges of eliminating endemic measles cases in Alaska.
Apr 27, 2015. Michelle Garrison, PhD, MPH, will teach the Interpreting and Using Health Data course at the 2015 Summer Institute for Public Health Practice. She talks about her lifelong love of data and bringing that passion into the classroom.
Apr 24, 2015. The Strategic Analysis, Research and Training (START) domestic program recently completed its first round of faculty-student projects. Part one of a two-part series features Research Assistant Anne Althauser.
Apr 15, 2015. Kristin Pace, PhD, will teach the Health Communication course at the 2015 Summer Institute for Public Health Practice. She shares a little about her passion for this topic and what participants will learn from the course.
Apr 09, 2015. NWCPHP's free online training resources are available to help public health organizations and health departments with measles preparedness.
Apr 07, 2015. In the April session of Hot Topics in Practice, health care leaders discuss the importance of community health workers in achieving health equity.
Apr 02, 2015. NWCPHP's new toolkit will help you develop, implement, and evaluate your next conference.