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Next Hot Topics Webinar: Transitioning to Population Health Services

Next Hot Topics Webinar: Transitioning to Population Health Services

Mar 05, 2019. In the next session of Hot Topics in Practice, Marni Kuyl, MS, RN, explains how Washington County Public Health in Oregon reduced their clinical services to focus more on primary prevention.

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Local Health Departments Explore Transition to Population Health

Local Health Departments Explore Transition to Population Health

Mar 04, 2019. Through the Local Health Jurisdiction Transition Learning Lab, a joint project of NWCPHP and PHI, public health leaders from across the country gathered in Seattle for a two-day meeting to explore strategies for transitioning their health departments from direct clinical services to population health.

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Next Hot Topics Webinar: Systems Thinking and Opioids

Next Hot Topics Webinar: Systems Thinking and Opioids

Feb 05, 2019. In the next session of Hot Topics in Practice, Mike Fraser, CEO of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, reviews how public health professionals can take a lead in preventing opioid misuse.

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Next Hot Topics Webinar: Systems Thinking in Public Health

Next Hot Topics Webinar: Systems Thinking in Public Health

Jan 08, 2019. In the January session of Hot Topics in Practice, Mary Kay Chess explores the use of systems thinking for understanding and resolving difficult problems.

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NWCPHP Congratulates Trudy San Jose White on Retirement

NWCPHP Congratulates Trudy San Jose White on Retirement

Dec 11, 2018. Trudy San Jose White, Continuing Education Coordinator, who has worked at NWCPHP since 2001, retired at the end of November.

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Next Hot Topics Webinar: Cleaner Air for Oregon

Next Hot Topics Webinar: Cleaner Air for Oregon

Dec 03, 2018. In the next session of Hot Topics in Practice, David Farrer, MS, PhD, reviews how his colleagues addressed community concerns after high levels of arsenic and cadmium were detected in a Portland neighborhood.

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Student Project Investigates Incarceration and Debt as Predictors of Homelessness

Student Project Investigates Incarceration and Debt as Predictors of Homelessness

Nov 29, 2018. Each year, the Northwest Public Health Training Center funds student public health projects. Jessica Mogk, a recipient of funding during the 2017–18 school year, describes her project with the Seattle Housing and Resource Effort/Women’s Housing, Equality and Enhancement League (SHARE/WHEEL).

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Now Hiring: Part-Time Research Coordinator

Now Hiring: Part-Time Research Coordinator

Nov 20, 2018. The position of Research Coordinator at NWCPHP is now open until filled.

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Inspired by Regional Leaders, Scholars Complete 2018 Leadership Institute

Inspired by Regional Leaders, Scholars Complete 2018 Leadership Institute

Nov 19, 2018. At the 2018 Northwest Public Health Leadership Institute’s final on-site, scholars met with public health leaders and reflected on accomplishments and goals.

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Next Hot Topics Webinar:  Rural Mental Health

Next Hot Topics Webinar: Rural Mental Health

Nov 01, 2018. In the next session of Hot Topics in Practice, Judith LaPan, MS, MBA, discusses how her rural health department adopted an emergency response framework to better support emotional health and wellness among community members.

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