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Seattle Healthy Places Research Group

Dec 04, 2009. The NWCPHP held the inaugural meeting of the Seattle Healthy Places Research Group (HPRG) on the University of Washington Seattle campus on Thursday, December 3rd from 3:30pm-5:00pm.

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CDC Announces New Web Syndication Tool

Nov 20, 2009. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has introduced a new tool to help you maintain content on your website. It's called Content Syndication, and it allows you to choose pages that have appropriate content from CDC and post it on your website.

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NWCPHP faculty member, Dr. Andy Stergachis, receives award from the Washington State Pharmacy Association

Nov 13, 2009. Andy Stergachis, PhD, RPh, received the Innovative Pharmacy Practice Award for 2009, which recognizes a practicing pharmacist using innovative pharmacy practice to improve patient care and outcomes in Washington State.

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Carl Osaki Keynotes Oklahoma Conference

Nov 07, 2009. NWCPHP faculty, Carl Osaki, RS, MSPH, gave the keynote speech at the Oklahoma Society of Environmental Health Professionals AEC conference on October 20, 2009, titled “Essential Services of Environmental Health – Preparing for Accreditation.”

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How Climate Change Will Impact Health in the Pacific Northwest

Oct 24, 2009. A University of Washington research team investigates two key climate and health concerns here in the Northwest: heat-related illness and worsening air quality.

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NWCPHP helps prepare for flu with pharmacist Collaborative Drug Therapy Agreement (CDTA)

Oct 13, 2009. The Collaborative Drug Therapy Agreement (CDTA) is an agreement that would allow pharmacists to prescribe antiviral medications in the case of an influenza outbreak.

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NWCPHP and other UW researchers to study impacts of climate change on health in the Pacific Northwest

NWCPHP and other UW researchers to study impacts of climate change on health in the Pacific Northwest

Sep 17, 2009. Climate change will have serious and long-term consequences for public health, with effects that will vary from community to community across the country. To help learn more about the effects, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have awarded researchers at the University of Washington nearly one million dollars over the next three years.

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NWCPHP and the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB)

Aug 21, 2009. Faculty at the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice have provided leadership in the national movement toward accreditation.

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New Training Tool released on CD-ROM: Business Continuity Tabletop Exercise

New Training Tool released on CD-ROM: Business Continuity Tabletop Exercise

Aug 06, 2009. The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice is pleased to announce the release of a new public health preparedness training tool.

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Northwest Public Health journal wins 2009 APEX Award for Publication Excellence

Northwest Public Health journal wins 2009 APEX Award for Publication Excellence

Jun 30, 2009. Northwest Public Health has won an award of excellence in APEX 2009, a nationwide program that recognizes excellence in graphic design, editorial content, and communications effectiveness in a variety of media.

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