Public Health Workforce Resilience Echoes Across the Country: NNPHI’s Resilience ECHO Series

  • Funding Opportunity: PH LEADS Listening Session

    DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 19TH, 2023! Funding Amount: Up to $44,000.00 for one (1) contractor Project Period: May 8th, 2023 – August 31st, 2023 Eligibility: This opportunity is available to members of the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI), Public Health Training Centers, academic institutions/universities and consultants/contractors. Deadlines: Submit proposal and required attachments by […]

  • Funding Opportunity: PH LEADS Curriculum Scan

    DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 21st, 2023! Funding Amount: Up to $15,000.00 for one (1) contractor Project Period: May 8th, 2023 – August 31st, 2023 Eligibility: This opportunity is available to members of the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI), Public Health Training Centers, academic institutions/universities and consultants/contractors. Deadlines: Submit proposal and required attachments by […]

  • Bringing Climate Back into Focus in 2023

    When reflecting on the year 2022, challenges like the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to the war in Ukraine and global economic uncertainty might have popped into your head. Although 2022 was a bumpy road, to say the least, there is one thing that has continued to persist for many communities around the country: climate change. From […]

  • 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 […]

  • Lessons and Reflections on School Physical Activity During COVID-19

    Over the past year, the typical school day looked anything but typical. Instead of racing to beat the morning bell, for many, the school day began by logging into computers. Instead of switching classes and swapping stories from the weekend in the cafeteria, students stayed in cohorts and spent every day with the same friends […]

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

    In March 2020, at the brink of the pandemic, the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI), was months away from hosting our signature event, the NNPHI Annual Conference in May. As we eagerly awaited the arrival of our members, partners, funders, training centers and friends to New Orleans for a jubilee celebrating 20 years […]

  • Applying ECHO Public Health to Address Opioid Use Disorder During COVID-19

    At the intersection of health care and public health, opioid use disorder (OUD) as the focus of an ECHO Public Health series can make use of the traditional model while weaving in adaptations that make the learnings and applications relevant for a public health audience. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in partnership […]

  • Hurricane Response Hub: What’s Next?

      The Hurricane Response Hub (HRH) initiative has been a two and a half -year long endeavor that has supported the creation of five technical assistance centers (TACs) located in Puerto Rico, Florida, Texas, Louisiana, and Georgia. Although this project will conclude at the end of June 2021, each of the TACs have identified ways […]

  • Hurricane Response Hub: Program Recap

      One year after the 2017 hurricane season, many affected communities were still  in the midst of the recovery efforts due to the damage and destruction caused by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. To ensure disaster-related environmental and occupational health best practices were applied to ongoing recovery efforts, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) […]

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