Coordinating Center for Health Equity Policy

  • A STEP FORWARD: ANTI-RACIST TRAINING IN PUBLIC HEALTH

    Racism was deemed a public health emergency in 2020, emphasizing the urgent need to advance inclusion, equity, and diversity. Public health practitioners are essential in fighting against bias, discrimination, and microaggressions in the workplace. The self-paced training, “How to be Anti-Racist in the Everyday Practice of Public Health, is designed to equip public health professionals […]

  • Learning Opportunity: Predicting Human Disease Risk from Animal-borne Pathogens

    Learning Opportunity: Predicting Human Disease Risk from Animal-borne Pathogens Region IV Public Health Training Center Live Webinar | July 28, 2022 | 11:00  pm CT The Alabama Regional Center for Infection Prevention and Control Training and Technical Assistance presents “Predicting human disease risk from animal-borne pathogens”. In this webinar, Dr. Barbara Han, a disease ecologist […]

  • Learning Opportunity: Legislative Trends & Developments in Health Equity: What We Observed in 2021, What Has Happened in 2022, & Future Directions

    Learning Opportunity: Legislative Trends & Developments in Health Equity: What We Observed in 2021, What Has Happened in 2022, & Future Directions New England Public Health Training Center Live Webinar | July 22, 2022 | 12:00- 1:00 pm ET In this webinar, we will explore legislation as a tool to advance health equity. Participants will […]

  • Learning Opportunity: Race as a Social Construct in Data and Practice

    Learning Opportunity: Race as a Social Construct in Data and Practice New England Public Health Training Center Live Webinar | June 30, 2022 | 9:00- 12:30 pm ET This webinar will explore race as a social construct and its implications in data collection and research. Participants will hear from presenters how the concept of race […]

  • Learning Opportunity: The History and Contemporary Reality of Black Communities in Maine

    Learning Opportunity: The History and Contemporary Reality of Black Communities in Maine New England Public Health Training Center Live Webinar | June 29, 2022 | 9:00- 12:30 pm ET Participants will learn about the history of slavery and racism in Maine, including the role of eugenics and the term Vacationland. Presenters will talk about our […]

  • Learning Opportunity: Lessons Learned from the Heat Dome and Climate Change

    Learning Opportunity: Lessons Learned from the Heat Dome and Climate Change Northwest Center for Public Health Practice Live Webinar | June 28, 2022 | 12:00- 1:00 pm PT During this one-hour webinar, Brendon Haggerty, interim supervisor of Healthy Homes and Communities at the Multnomah County Health Department, will share changes made since the heat dome, […]

  • Learning Opportunity: Addressing Structural Racism and Promoting Health Equity

    Learning Opportunity: Addressing Structural Racism and Promoting Health Equity Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center Live Webinar | June 30, 2022 | 12:00- 2:00 pm MT In this training, you will learn more about inclusion and why representation matters. You will leave with tools to address the impact of structural racism. This training will feature […]

  • Learning Opportunity: Exploring Social Justice in Public Health

    Learning Opportunity: Exploring Social Justice in Public Health Midwestern Public Health Training Center Live Webinar | June 24, 2022 | 1:00- 2:00 pm ET This webinar provides a basic overview of the foundations of social justice and the impacts of social injustice in public health. A review of key definitions related to the topics, historical […]

  • Learning Opportunity: Building Health Equity Webinar Series – Practicing Environmental Justice

    Learning Opportunity: Building Health Equity Webinar Series- Practicing Environmental Justice Midwestern Public Health Training Center Live Webinar | June 8, 2022 | 1:00- 2:00 pm ET This webinar will discuss how environmental health intersects with justice and equity, what role health departments have, and what needs to be considered in policies and decision-making processes to […]

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