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Hello...........topics in healthcare
American Public Health Association Newsletters. These newsletters cover all sorts of topics from Aging and Public Health, Food and Nutrition, and Public Health Education and Health Promotion. They are great for professionals looking to stay up to date with issues in their field, and some even have job postings.
Applications and Tools for Creating and Sustaining Healthy Teams. This is a collection of papers and essays that support the creation and effective work of teams, particularly in the realm of public health. It’s a great resource for leaders who are assembling teams and well as team members who want to better understand team dynamics.
Career Resource Guide for Uniformed Services Environmental Health Practitioners. This short, 40-page booklet was created by the Uniformed Services Environmental Public Health Careers Work Group to assist Uniformed Services environmental health practitioners who are retiring, or otherwise leaving active duty service, and transitioning to post-military careers.
Community Tool Box Toolkits. These are great resources for any public health worker as they cover topics like how to conduct a community assessment, how to develop a strategic plan, how to write a grant, or how to advocate for change. While not specifically written for healthcare professionals, these skills are vital and easily applicable to most public health positions.
Complementary Roles and Training of Health Education Specialists & Community Health Workers. The Society for Public Health Education (SOPHIE) put together this resource which describes the complementary roles that health education specialists and community health workers need to have to improve the health of individuals and communities. This is valuable for health educators trying to describe the roles of two very important aspects of public health.
Profile-IQ. This is an online data query system for statistics on local health department (LHD) financing, workforce, and activities. It uses data from the National Association of County & City Health Officials (NACCHO) National Profile of Local Health Departments (LHDs) Survey. Health educators can use this tool when writing reports or collecting data on specific populations.
Workforce Development and Training Presentation. This PowerPoint presentation assembled by the CDC is useful for health professionals giving a similar presentation on developing a workforce and how to work with the various professionals a public health worker often encounters. This is also great professional development material for those simply looking to improve their skills and advance in their career.
TRAIN. The Public Health Foundation’s TRAIN is a learning resource for professionals in the public health field. They offer free courses in a variety of public health related subjects such as agriculture, animal health, chronic diseases, family planning, and infectious diseases.
Public Health Improvement Webinar Series. Provided by the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI), these free, live, and quarterly webinars feature contemporary topics in public health improvement. These are great for professionals looking to stay informed and hear from some of the best minds in public health.
Public Health Performance Improvement Toolkit. This is an online collection of tools such as archived trainings, sample quality improvement products, teaching templates, and other public health related resources. The resources in the this toolkit have been contributed by fellow public health professional through their own efforts to implement performance improvement activities and prepare for national voluntary accreditation.
Strategies for Public Health: A Compendium of Ideas, Experience, and Research from Minnesota's Public Health Professionals, Vol. 2. This is a nice collection of resources on a number of different public health topics that have been vetted by fellow healthcare professionals. The resources cover topics like mental health, alcohol and drug abuse, violence, etc. This is perfect for a community health worker, potentially someone in a leadership role, who is looking to start new programs in their own community and would like to learn from the success of their peers.
Principles of Public Health. This is a free course taught by University of California, Irvine professor, Zuzana Bic. There are often live sessions of the course, but even when there is not, resources and materials are provided for those looking to advance in the public health field.
Community Change in Public Health. This is another free course taught by William Brieger of Johns Hopkins University. The course examines the community context of the changes needed to promote the public’s health. It’s open to anyone and everyone, so whether you are a seasoned healthcare professional who simply wants to be involved and contribute to the discussion, or you’re hoping to boost your credentials and resume with more college courses, this class is for you.
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