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    NWCPHP Begins New Project to Help Rural Public Health Leaders Use Data, Promote Equity

    NWCPHP is embarking on a five-year project to assist rural public health leaders in better using data to promote health equity in Washington, Oregon, and Alaska.

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    Bekemeier Receives the 2018 Distinguished Researcher Award

    The UW School of Nursing honors NWCPHP Director Betty Bekemeier with its 2018 Distinguished Researcher Award at the School’s annual Nurses of Influence Banquet.

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    Research Tools You Can Use

    Need tips on grant writing or how to get published in a journal?

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  • 2013 Partner Symposium

    You Make Our Work Possible

    Research collaborations with community and public health organizations give value to our work.

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Our researchers work in interdisciplinary teams to produce evidence that has direct applications to public health practice. In close partnerships with public health agencies and community-based organizations, we investigate practice-relevant questions and translate findings into practical tools that address today’s front-line challenges.

We welcome new partnerships and input from all who work to protect and promote the public’s health. Learn more about our projects or opportunities for collaboration.