Emerging Lessons: Ready, Willing, and Able to Create Public Health Safespaces

  • In a Nutshell: Here’s Why NNPHI’s Annual Conference Is Just Right For You

    As spring 2023 begins, the rise of convenings is well underway and highly anticipated. From virtual webinars, conferences, and other face-to-face opportunities, there are a plethora of new ways for our members, partners, and public health colleagues to engage and connect.   Last year, NNPHI made its well overdue return to connecting in-person with not only our […]

  • Congratulations Are In Order: Our 2022 NNPHI Annual Conference Award Recipients

    The NNPHI Awards Program recognizes outstanding individuals and organizations that have made exemplary contributions to improving the public’s health and embody NNPHI’s mission and values.  NNPHI’s mission is to support national public health system initiatives and strengthen public health institutes to promote multi-sector initiatives resulting in measurable improvements of public health structures, systems, and outcomes. […]

  • Strategic Administrative Partnerships are Key to Health Equity

    Improving equity in the public health sector cannot be done alone, it requires strategic administrative partnerships and learning from one another. In a breakout session during the Emerging Lessons series, The National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) fostered a conversation to share and discuss the lessons they’ve carried forward from the COVID-19 pandemic and […]

  • On Striving Towards Health Equity: An Interview with Congresswoman Barbara Lee and Dr. Marcus Anthony Hunter

    As part of an ongoing lecture series, The National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) featured a multi-faceted session focusing on practical steps both individuals and public health organizations can take to increase health equity. NNPHI’s President and CEO Vincent Lafronza was joined by Congresswoman Barbara Lee and Dr. Marcus Anthony Hunter, distinguished professor of […]

  • NNPHI Convenings and COVID-19

    COVID-19 has greatly impacted every aspect of life — the way we work, learn, interact with others, and our ability to gather. We have all been forced to make tough decisions and sacrifices to keep ourselves, our families, our co-workers, and our communities safe. In many cases, we had to make decisions in a matter […]

  • We Finally Have the Spotlight. What Are We Going to Do With It?

    Around this time two years ago, we were working on the Public Health Learning Network’s (PHLN) Strategic Workforce Action Agenda, which examined some of the gaps and opportunities in the nation’s public health workforce development system—an examination that is even more relevant as we confront a massive viral pandemic. Under the leadership of Christina Welter, […]

  • Congratulations NNPHI 2019 Award Recipients!

      Congratulations to our 2019 award winners! NNPHI awards recognize and celebrate outstanding individuals and organizations who have exemplified outstanding innovative work and leadership in Public Health. Public Health Innovation Award Awarded to an organization or individual who has taken a risk and developed an innovative solution or created a unique partnership resulting in new […]

  • The Path to Health, Wellness, and Academic Success in 2019: The Healthy Schools Academy

    Over the course of two and half days in February, Springboard to Active Schools (an initiative of the National Network of Public Health Institutes and Health Resources in Action), along with the Alliance for a Healthier Generation (Healthier Generation), the National Association of School Nurses (NASN), SHAPE America, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention […]

  • NNPHI Annual Conference 2017: If a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words…

    The NNPHI Annual Conference serves as a premiere gathering of the nation’s top public health professionals learning new skills, growing their networks, and bringing home new, innovative ideas. Every year, participants exceed expectations, bend conventions, and move forward as an impressive vanguard This year was certainly no exception. We asked participants to document their conference […]

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