Learning Opportunities: Change Management, Excel Tips, Community Health Assessments

Public health learners, are you ready for September? The PHLN has a great selection of trainings you can look forward to, both live and on demand.

From Region 2: Region 2 Public Health Training Center (Columbia University)

Change Management and You: How Change Impacts Public Health Professionals

Live webinar on September 4, 2018: Join Region 2 for this live webinar on change management.

What you will learn:

  • Name key competencies for managing change within public health
  • Identify and analyze situations where change affected initiatives in public health
  • Explain critical roles of the public health professional that serves as a “change agent”

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From Region 3: Mid-Atlantic Regional Public Health Training Center (University of Pittsburgh)

Excel Pro Tips for Public Health: Budgets, Pivot Tables, and Data Analysis

On demand video series: Become your office’s Excel pro by watching this interactive online video series created by Rachel Peters, MPH. In this self-paced, 5-video series you will learn how to use Excel to create and understand budgets, as well as learning how to manipulate, analyze, and visualize large data sets more efficiently to get the most out of your public health projects.

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Six Steps to Performing a Community Health Assessment

On demand video series: A Community Health Assessment is a process of collecting, analyzing, and reporting information about the needs, strengths, and assets in a community. An assessment can document and raise awareness about unmet community needs, identify and prioritize areas for improvements, and create a community-partnered process for drawing on assets to implement health improvements. While the modules of this Community Health Assessment training were meant to build on each other, they can also be viewed in accordance to your organization’s stage of readiness.

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