March 26, 2024

PHMC Faculty, Mary Kary Chess says openness to ambiguity and complexity leads to confident leadership.

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Mary Kay Chess during the 2023 onsite.

March 12, 2024

From setbacks to success, these coaches equip scholars with the necessary resources and guidance to expand their skills.

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PHMC Coaches Mary, Nicole, and Bud

March 5, 2024

The March session of Hot Topics in Practice will discuss generative artificial intelligence (AI).

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February 22, 2024

Former Public Health Management scholar, Lucinda Cowboy, gained confidence and connections that expanded her perspective and position. 

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Former PHMC scholar, Lucinda Cowboy

February 20, 2024

As the challenge to deliver more efficient and equitable public health services increases, it is vital for managers to possess core skills such as organizing, budgeting, and staff management.

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Public Health Management cohort gathered for onsite

February 15, 2024

NWCPHP is excited to launch a new course to provide new public health professionals with a foundational understanding of public health.

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Essentially Public Health Instructor, Barbara Obena

February 6, 2024

Student, Sydney Rogalla, used evidence-based practices and research to create necessary improvements toward health insurance literacy.

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Student stipend recipient, Sydney Rogalla

February 1, 2024

The February session of Hot Topics in Practice will further discuss the findings from the 2021 Public Health Workforce Interests and Needs Survey (PH WINS).

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January 25, 2024

NWCPHP provides support to public health professionals through training, research, and evaluation.

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The Hans Rosling Center for Population Health

January 17, 2024

With funding received from NWCPHP, Taylor and Olga were empowered to assist the needs of the Ukrainian refugee community.

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Student stipend recepients, Olga Vitruk and Taylor Erickson