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We Have a New Website: Tell Us What You Think!

The NWCPHP website was recently redesigned to connect public health professionals with services and information. Complete a short survey to provide valuable feedback on the latest website updates.

The NWCPHP website was recently redesigned to more easily connect you with the services and information you need as a public health professional. Complete a short survey to provide valuable feedback on the latest website updates.

March 11, 2013

NWCPHP released a new website in January 2013, complete with a fresh look, layout, and features to help you find the services and information you want. However, we aren’t finished yet. Now that you have had the chance to explore the new website, please take a few minutes to let us know what’s working for you and what we can still improve upon.

Why should I take this survey?

Your answers help us improve the website. We want it to be easy for you to access trainings, find out about research, learn more about evaluation and evaluation services, and find publications that are of interest. The new layout features reorganized navigation as well as new tools, such as being able to search our trainings according to keywords, topic, or format. Your feedback ensures the website remains a useful resource.

What do I need to do?

Take five minutes to fill out an online survey to tell us what website changes have made a difference to you and what you would still like to see. You can also spread the word to colleagues and friends.

How will my answers be used?

Your responses are confidential and will be analyzed collectively with other participant responses. NWCPHP does not disclose individually identifiable responses. Aggregate data is used to inform the development of optimal website layout, tools, and services. We welcome any feedback that may help us provide the best resources to support your work as a public health professional.

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