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Elevate, your resource for lifelong learning
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A Quarterly Publication from the Public Health Learning Network
June 2016

Editorial


Finding the right public health training can be overwhelming—akin to finding the right table in an online search of Craigslist ads. We’ve created the Public Health Learning Network (PHLN) and its new publication, Elevate, to help you find high-quality, accessible trainings that build skills needed for today’s evolving health landscape.
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The Region 2 (II) Public Health Training Center partnered with Region V Great Lakes Public Health Training Collaborative to encourage dialogue about climate change.
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The Region X Northwest Public Health Training Center created trainings and a space for cross-disciplinary conversation around injury and violence issues.
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The Region IV Public Health Training Center tackled a daunting challenge as news of a Zika virus outbreak tears through public consciousness.
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Featured Trainings


We’ve curated and highlighted a few of the PHLN's online and in-person trainings on accreditation, preparedness, health equity, and more.
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What’s the Word?


We asked regional public health training centers, “What’s the value of a Public Health Learning Network to you?” Here’s what they told us.
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Announcements

Check out our announcements to learn how you can:
  • Meet members from the network at the 2016 NACCHO Annual Conference.
  • Attend a webinar to learn more about how PHLN is transforming public health training.
  • Access the Region IX – Western Region Public Health Training Center’s course guide that reviews and rates online courses for public health professionals.
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Comprising the National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training, 10 regional public health training centers, and 40 local performance sites, the Public Health Learning Network works to improve the nation’s public health system by strengthening the technical, scientific, managerial, and leadership competence of public health professionals.

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