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What Is Epidemiology in Public Health?
This 45-minute online course offers an overview of the purposes and uses of epidemiology in public health practice.
Data Interpretation for Public Health Professionals
This one-hour online course introduces the terms used to describe the public's health and provides a basic competency in reading and presenting data.
Basic Infectious Disease Concepts in Epidemiology
This one-hour online course introduces the concepts and principles of infectious disease in epidemiology.
Introduction to Public Health Surveillance
This one-hour online course introduces public health surveillance concepts and principles for public health workers who have little or no prior training in epidemiology.
Introduction to Outbreak Investigation
This one-hour online course outlines specific steps to take in determining if you have an outbreak on your hands.
Study Types in Epidemiology
This 30-minute online course describes the main elements of descriptive and analytic epidemiology and their associated study types briefly and clearly.
Measuring Risk in Epidemiology
The one-hour online course introduces key measures of risk, shows how they're calculated, and discusses how to interpret them when you encounter them in reports and news stories.
Cause and Effect in Epidemiology
This 45-minute online course discusses seven guidelines to use in determining whether a specific agent or activity causes a health outcome.
Screening in Public Health Practice
In this one-hour online course, you will learn what screening is, how to select an appropriate screening test and administer it, and how to evaluate the effectiveness of your screening program for your patients.
Business Planning for Public Health Programs
This 45-minute online course helps you understand the basics of business planning and determine if writing a business plan is appropriate for your public health program.
Data Collection for Program Evaluation
This 3-hour online course teaches you how to collect the evidence you need to determine your public health program's impact.
Disaster Behavioral Health
In this one-hour online course, Dr. Randal Beaton discusses the psychological phases of a community-wide disaster and the importance of local preparedness.
Effective Communication for Environmental Public Health
This 90-minute online course introduces key communication strategies to help field workers successfully educate the public about environmental public health issues.
Emergency Distribution of Pharmaceuticals
This one-hour online course outlines situations in which mass dispensing is necessary, and discusses the logistics of providing medications to large populations.
Emergency Risk Communication
This 2.5-hour online course teaches how to better handle your risk communication.
Feasibility Planning for Public Health Business Plans
This online course takes a little over an hour and guides you through the process of creating a feasibility plan.
Inclusive Just-In-Time Training
This 45-minute online course describes the framework, methods, and environment of Inclusive Just-In-Time Training (JITT).
Life Course Nutrition: Maternal and Child Health Strategies in Public Health
This 75-minute online course describes the role of maternal and child nutrition in population health and identifies actions that create equitable access to healthy foods.
Logic Models and Outcome Measurement
This 45-minute online course shows you how to measure the performance of your local health jurisdiction using logic models and outcome measurement.
Mass Gatherings: Are You Prepared?
This 90-minute online course teaches you to assess and plan for the prevention and mitigation of public health threats at mass gatherings.
Practical Law for Public Health Officials
This 90-minute online course teaches public health leaders and professionals to recognize legal issues, work effectively with legal counsel, and understand their legal responsibilities and authority.
Program Evaluation in Environmental Health
This 90-minute online course provides background on program evaluation and takes you through the steps to plan and conduct an evaluation.
Overview of Public Health Data
This one-hour online course, first of a five-part series, takes you through the basic information to use data in public health's core functions.
Analysis and Interpretation of Public Health Data, Part 1
This is the second one-hour installment of the series, Basic Concepts in Data Analysis for Community Health Assessment. It covers how to analyze and interpret data for public health purposes.
Analysis and Interpretation of Public Health Data, Part 2
This is the third 45-minute online course of the series, Basic Concepts in Data Analysis for Community Health Assessment. It continues instruction on how to analyze and interpret data for public health purposes.
Presenting Public Health Data
In the fourth one-hour online course of the series, Basic Concepts in Data Analysis for Community Health Assessment, you learn best practices for presenting tables and graphs of public health data.
Data Available to Public Health Professionals
The fifth one-hour online course of the series, Basic Concepts in Data Analysis for Community Health Assessment, provides data sources and their strengths and limitations.
Stressful Effects of Disasters on Workers
In this 45-minute online course, you learn how to define stress and the effects that stress has on your behavior, biology, and psychology in both day to day and disaster situations.
Individual and Organizational Preparedness
In this 45-minute online course, you learn to distinguish types of coping styles, incorporate strategies to increase organizational preparedness.
During and After a Disaster
This 45-minute online course details steps that you and your organization can take to maintain and restore resiliency during and after a disaster or emergency.
Responding to Disasters: Mental Health Crisis Management
This one-hour online course, helps you to anticipate the reactions of disaster survivors, identify those people at risk, and know how to connect survivors to appropriate resources.
Legal Aspects of Public Health Food Safety
This 1-hour courses introduces you to legal issues that arise in public health food safety.
Legal Aspects of Public Health Emergency Preparedness
This online course helps public health professionals and the attorneys who work with them identify legal issues and solutions that arise during emergencies.
Project Planning
This 1.5-hour online course teaches you the basics of planning ahead for a successful project.
Decision-Making in Emergency Preparedness
This course, which is part of the Emergency Preparedness Leadership series, include strategies for decision-making in emergency preparedness.
Risk Communication for Emergency Preparedness
This course, which is part of the Emergency Preparedness Leadership series, include strategies for communicating with the public in emergency situations.
Managing Change in Emergency Preparedness
This course, which is part of the Emergency Preparedness Leadership series, includes strategies for managing change in emergency preparedness.
Emergency Preparedness Leadership Series
This emergency preparedness training series will develop your skills in managing change, decision-making, and risk communication.
Planning for Financial Success
Vulnerable Populations in Health Care and Health Research
NWCPHP's new online training helps health professionals work with communities to address vulnerability in public health settings.
Evidence-Based Public Health Overview
This course, which is part of the Evidence-Based Public Health series, provides an overview of the use of evidence in public health decision-making.
Community Assessment
This course, which is part of the Evidence-Based Public Health series, discusses the components of community health assessments including the types of data commonly used.
Quantifying the Issue
In this course, which is part of the Evidence-Based Public Health series, you will learn about a variety of public health data sources and find out how to search for and interpret relevant data.
Developing a Concise Statement of the Issue
This course, which is part of the Evidence-Based Public Health series, will show you how to develop a concise statement about a public health problem, issue, or policy.
Searching and Summarizing the Literature
This course, which is part of the Evidence-Based Public Health series, will explain systematic reviews of scientific literature and introduce you to important resources for finding practice-relevant studies.
Developing and Prioritizing Program and Policy Options
In this course, which is part of the Evidence-Based Public Health series, you will learn why it is important to set priorities among various program and policy options. You will examine several methods for prioritizing competing options and will also learn how group decision-making can affect prioritization.
Economic Evaluation
This course, which is part of the Evidence-Based Public Health series, will show you how to apply economic evaluation to public health decisions. It will cover key terms and the basic steps involved in conducting an economic evaluation.
Developing an Action Plan
This course, which is part of the Evidence-Based Public Health series, will help you understand and use key planning tools for public health, including strategic planning, logic models, and work plans.
Evaluation
This course, which is part of the Evidence-Based Public Health series, you will learn how to evaluate evidence-based public health programs.
Evidence-Based Public Health Training Series
The Evidence-Based Public Health Training Series presents a framework to help public health professionals incorporate research results, political interests, and community needs into public health practice.
PEARLS Community-Based Depression Treatment
PEARLS is a national evidence-based treatment program for depression. Creating active, rewarding lives in seniors and in adults with epilepsy.