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Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT)
What kind of hands-on workshops and networking opportunities can empower public health professionals to take action in public health performance improvement?
About the Tribal Public Health Capacity Support Project (TPHC) In 2018, NNPHI was awarded funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Office of Tribal Alliances and Strategic Affairs (OTASA) to uphold the mission to affirm the government-to-government relationship between CDC and American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) tribes by advancing connections, providing expertise, and increasing […]
About the Indigenous Public Health Leaders Program The Indigenous Public Health Leadership Program is a leadership training institute for emerging tribal public health professionals that are in entry to mid-level positions within tribal health/tribal public health organizations or are otherwise serving tribal populations. Emerging tribal public health professionals are staff/personnel currently working across programs and […]
Evaluation and Program Improvement Scholars Program (EPIS)
About the EPIS Program Evaluation and Program Improvement Scholars Program (EPIS) aims to build the capacity of STD program staff. The program is open to STD program managers, epidemiologists, program evaluators, intervention specialists, and CDC-funded STD programs. In a partnership among the Centers for Disease Control Division of STD Prevention, the National Coalition of STD […]
Indigenous Public Health Leaders Program: Participants and FAQ
Each year, we select a cohort of Indigenous Public Health Leaders to participate in training and coaching opportunities with the goal of building new skills and completing a performance improvement project to implement within their agencies. This page lists all current and past participants of the Indigenous Public Health Leaders Program. IPHL Cohort – 2022 […]
Overview Through the Framework to Address Health Disparities through Collaborative Policy Efforts: Coordinating Center and Demonstration Projects funded by the Office of Minority Health (OMH), the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) established the Coordinating Center for Health Equity Policy (Coordinating Center). The Coordinating Center will work with six OMH-funded demonstration sites over the […]