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2018 Public Health Management Certificate Application Period Now Open



Applications are now being accepted for NWCPHP’s 2018 Public Health Management Certificate program.


As the challenge to deliver efficient public health services becomes more pronounced in today’s public health environment, it’s important for managers to possess critical skills in core areas such as budgeting, planning, organizing, and personnel management. NWCPHP is now accepting applications for the 2018 Public Health Management Certificate program to help public health professionals build these important skills to be successful managers in their workplace.

Applications will be accepted through May 31, with early-bird rates available for those who apply by May 1.

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2018 Tribal Youth Health Policy Fellowship

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Description: The National Indian Health Board’s second cohort of Fellows will consist of 12 Native youth from around the country to engage throughout the year in Indian health policy and programming efforts. The Fellows will engage in Indian health policy solutions, tell their personal story, and advocate for changes in the healthcare and public health systems important to their Tribal communities.

The Fellowship provides youth with key opportunities for relationship- and skills-building that allows them to return home feeling empowered, connected to other Native youth, and well equipped to be the next generation of advocates for Indian health.

Deadline: April 6, 2018

Apply Here

Epi Methods Planning Call

You are invited to attend the next Epi Methods Planning Call on Monday, March 12 at 3pm ET.

The call will be a facilitated discussion and brainstorming session with the ISDS Analytic Solutions Committee to develop topics for use cases for state/local health departments.

Specific areas of interest include but are not limited to influenza, mental health, and opioid surveillance.

Register here to join the call

Below is a list of discussion questions for the call:

  • What types of data do you and your colleagues regularly work with?
  • What types of questions about the data are you unsure how to address?
  • Do you need (or would you like) assistance with more advanced analyses of your data than you’re already completing?
  • What types of reports are you asked for that require more analysis than you or your staff have time to develop?

Population Health Training in Place Program (PH-TIPP)


Description: PH-TIPP provides formal training in policy analysis and development as well as program evaluation. During this 1-year, on-the-job professional development opportunity, participants will engage in a training experience using projects from their day-to-day work. PH-TIPP training uses evidence-based approaches to help participants develop and enhance their population health skills and add value to their organizations.

PH-TIPP participants are in leadership and management roles in their organizations. They are physicians, veterinarians, or nurses with a Master of Public Health (MPH) or doctoral-level scientists (PhD or equivalent) with coursework equivalent to a MPH.

Deadline: The application period for the PH-TIPP Class of 2018 is open now through March 16, 2018.

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