In a new commentary in the Journal of Public Health Management & Practice, NWCPHP Director Betty Bekemeier and Karl Ensign of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) discuss existing Academic Health Departments (AHD) and make a case for AHD collaborations to enhance public health research and practice together.Read more »
NWCPHP announces the release of a new online catalog with more than 400 emergency preparedness trainings and other learning materials.Read more »
In the June session of Hot Topics in Practice, Lactation Consultant Camie Goldhammer reviews how communities of color, especially Native American communities, are reclaiming breastfeeding as an indigenous food source.Read more »
Scholars in NWCPHP’s Public Health Management Certificate program receive benefits from their collaboration with a coach.Read more »
NWCPHP sits down with John Thompson, scholar in the 2015–16 Public Health Management Certificate program, to learn how his integrated project helped shape his professional growth.Read more »
Public Health Management Certificate scholar John Thompson holding his baby's newborn screening paperwork.
In this session of Hot Topics in Practice, members of the Seattle and King County Heroin and Prescription Opiate Addiction Task Force discuss their attempts to implement “supervised consumption sites” to address the health and social harms of substances.Read more »
NWCPHP sits down with 2016–17 Public Health Management Certificate program scholar Dorota Carpenedo to learn how the program has enhanced her career.Read more »
Dorota Carpenedo, scholar in the 2016-17 Public Health Management Certificate program.
In the April session of Hot Topics in Practice, Emily York, MPH, Oregon Health Authority, presents the state’s new climate resilience plan.Read more »
In this one-hour webinar, Public Health Nurse Deborah Giedosh, EdD, shares how her team developed and delivered public health curriculum to support incarcerated dads and their reentry from the Goose Creek Correctional Center.Read more »