The Public Health Learning Network invites you to explore three in-person summer training opportunities focused on improving access to culturally competent health care and building key skills in improving population health improvement and advancing public health practice.
Culturally Responsive Health Care in Iowa
From Region III Mid-Atlantic Public Health Training Center and the University of Iowa College of Public Health
Join Region III Mid-Atlantic Public Health Training Center on June 3 at a conference to educate Iowa’s health care providers about the importance of providing culturally responsive and competent care; to improve access to quality health care; and to reduce health disparities.
2016 Summer Program in Population Health
Join Region V Great Lakes Public Health Training Collaborative on June 20, 2016, for the 17th consecutive Summer Program in Population Health. The Summer Program is supported by the Ohio State University College of Public Health and the Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center to educate and train practitioners, researchers, and students in population health methods.
Summer Institute for Public Health Practice
Join Region X Northwest Public Health Training Center on August 1 for a two-and-a-half day, hands-on training for public health practitioners to build critical skills needed for the future of public health. The Summer Institute for Public Health Practice will be hosted at the University of Washington, Seattle.