November 3, 2023

The November session of Hot Topics in Practice will provide a background on sexual violence among adolescents.

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October 12, 2023

A full cohort returns to the PHMC onsite after three years

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The 2023 PHMC Cohort on-site in Seattle

October 5, 2023

The October session of Hot Topics in Practice will summarize findings from a joint effort to advance data modernization for public health in Washington.

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October 3, 2023

Student, Anevay Skenandore, studied Indigenous-centered strategies for promoting health.

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Student stipend recipient Anavey Skenandore.

October 3, 2023

The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice has stipends to support student projects during the 2023–24 academic year.

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September 28, 2023

From her peer network to the positionality webinar, Hallie built an effective systems change structure that can be adapted across various organizations or regions.

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Leadership Institute scholar, Hallie Pritchett.

September 14, 2023

We sat down with Jilian Chapman, Administrative Services Manager at the Seward Community Health Center in Seward, Alaska, to discuss how her time in the Institute has benefited her work.

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September 7, 2023

The September session of Hot Topics in Practice explores the work of the Population Health Innovation Lab’s (PHIL) Aligning Systems for Health project.

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August 24, 2023

Former Leadership Institute scholar, Princess Osita-Oleribe reflects on her time in the program and the benefits of this training.

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Former Leadership Institute scholar, Princess Osita-Oleribe.

August 22, 2023

FPHS-funded efforts are part of a long-term strategy to build a more sustainable public health workforce, especially in rural areas, and epidemiologists are “foundational” to this work.

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Yasmin Barrios, PhD, MPH