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.
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.
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. Public health professionals, who might not have experience with contact tracing, can take this free, one-hour course to learn the basics to be successful as they reach out to community members and help save lives.
COVID-19 Training for Community Health Workers
As an active consortium of public health educators, practitioners, and thought leaders, the Public HealthLearning Network (PHLN) provides high-quality, relevant training for emergent public health issues. Connect with your regional public health training to learn about 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.
The Public Health Learning Navigator is looking for volunteers to support a rapid search and review process to identify quality online learning to support COVID-19 response and recovery. We seek training that is relevant today, tomorrow, and for the weeks & months to come.
Review online training in specific topics including, but not limited to contact tracing, return to work, return to school, policy, equity, mental and behavioral health, using the Quality Standards for Training Design and Delivery.
Note: Reviewers need to complete a one-hour online course and pass a post-test to be certified as a peer reviewer.
- Support the public health workforce
- Increase your own knowledge and skills
- Add service to your resume
Know about a great online training we should review? Tell us about it here.