We are ready to partner with you to help your response. Our network provides services in program design and implementation, training and workforce development, research and evaluation, policy analysis and development, fiscal and administrative support, communications, and convening communities of practice.
Join us on Wednesday, October 7, for an interactive, virtual experience designed to uplift stories of success and explore how we can help communities leverage this moment to advance equity and greater collaboration. This event will feature forward-thinking discussions to generate solutions for the next phase of the pandemic and beyond.
Bringing people together is what we do; it’s part of our organizational DNA. Join an online community to connect with public health practitioners about COVID response, recovery, and related issues like workforce resilience.
Two Perspectives on the Response
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Emerging Lessons from COVID-19 Response: Rooted in Health and Racial Equity with Branches across Sectors
The global pandemic of COVID-19 has created an unprecedented national health crisis that has exposed the worst of America’s health and racial inequities. As a public health community, we have been working around the clock to address this crisis and save lives. Are you eager to share your experiences and participate in a space to get re-energized and think about the future?
Join NNPHI on October 7 for an interactive, virtual experience designed to uplift stories of success and explore how we can help communities leverage this moment to advance equity and greater collaboration. This event will feature forward-thinking discussions to generate solutions for the next phase of the pandemic and beyond. COVID-19 has thrown out the old playbook. Join on October 7 to write a new one!
Health Equity in the Time of COVID-19: Fixing Broken Systems to Serve Communities of Color
IMPAQ International President Dr. Adaeze Enekwechi leads a conversation with nationally recognized experts about how they are pivoting their efforts during the COVID-19 crisis, lessons they have learned serving minority communities, and actionable advice for others working to advance health equity.
Every Contact Counts: Contact Tracing for Public Health Professionals
Help your public health agency expand your contact tracing efforts and slow the spread of COVID-19 with Every Contact Counts, a new training from the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice.
COVID-19 Training for Community Health Workers
Evolving Evaluation During COVID Tip: Record interviews using the video platform record button to support transcript development. For more tips, download our COVID-19 Recommended Modifications guide https://t.co/G3xaq7Sz8u #evolvingevaluation #COVID19 pic.twitter.com/DcaxXEiF5J— NNPHI (@NNPHI_ORG) August 13, 2020
Be an advocate and use Active Schools statement “Physical Education and Physical Activity are an Integral Part of the Education Process During COVID-19” to ensure that PE and PA are provided by your district and school: https://t.co/6SeyMIObTL #PEduringCOVID pic.twitter.com/5HxoQi86jm— NNPHI (@NNPHI_ORG) August 12, 2020
The @UNCpublichealth L.I.F.E.™ Initiative is a hub for research, advocacy, and training for infant and young child feeding in emergencies. Check out their COVID-19 L.I.F.E. support resources at https://t.co/k0e6uCDMGz #WorldBreastfeedingWeek pic.twitter.com/VUCxl9akYP— NNPHI (@NNPHI_ORG) August 7, 2020
As an active consortium of public health educators, practitioners, and thought leaders, the Public Health Learning Network (PHLN) provides high-quality, relevant training for emergent public health issues. Connect with your regional public health training center today to hear about their COVID-related learning events.
Our member public health institutes are united in creating conditions for health and well-being. The NNPHI public health institute model is a complement to governmental public health systems for addressing the most pressing current and emerging public health issues, including public health crises like COVID-19.