The summit will provide an engaging forum to discuss latest practices, opportunities, resources, and tools for addressing diabetes prevention, control and management. National, state and local experts will share innovative and best practice strategies for reducing the burden of diabetes and empowering patients and their families to live healthier lives.
Nearly one in five people in the rural community of Klamath County, Oregon, live in poverty, which has major impacts to their health. In the October session of Hot Topics in Practice, Jennifer Little, Director of Klamath County Public Health, discusses a unique community coalition in her area that recognizes these connections and is supporting […]
Spend your lunch hour with IPHA on the 3rd Thursday of each month to learn what the public health community is up to across the state. The Lunch & Learns are virtual, so no need to schedule travel time. Each month we’ll have a different guest share what is working in her/his community, challenges they […]
Share Public Health Podcast Transcript: Daily Action, Long-term Impact. An Interview with Jennifer Valentine.
Season 1 Episode 8 Laurie Walkner Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center’s podcast connecting you to public health topics, issues, and colleagues throughout our region and the country, highlighting that we all share in public health. Thank you for tuning into this series of interviews with public health leaders where […]
This presentation will help attendees understand the importance of advanced care planning. Speaker: Hope Young, Advanced Care Planning Coordinator, Kokua Mau Registration Link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Xv-bhZ-0QzmcQ4pDer1nBg Learning Objectives: Analyze the importance of Advance Care Planning (ACP) for all competent individuals over the age of 18 and the appropriate documents to support wishes for care. Apply practical knowledge of the […]
Communication for Health Impact: Engaging with the Community and Policymakers to Improve Social Determinants of Health
Learn how public health researchers and practitioners can better communicate with key stakeholders: community members and policymakers! Kristin Monnard, Health Equity Assessment and Research Program Manager at Sinai Urban Health Institute shares lessons learned from the Sinai Community Health Survey including important community engagement take-aways. Dr. Aditi Srivastav Community Impact Manager at the Children’s […]
Share Public Health Podcast Transcript: Don’t be perfect, be less wrong. An Interview with Michael Fraser.
Season 1 Episode 7 Laurie Walkner Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center’s podcast connecting you to public health topics, issues, and colleagues throughout our region and the country, highlighting that we all share in public health. Thank you for tuning into this series of interviews with public health leaders where […]
The research is getting clearer every day that our current Standard American Diet (SAD) contributes to gut dysbiosis and increases risk for chronic diseases and auto‐immune diseases. Given the exponential growth in the published research on this topic, it is nearly impossible to keep up with the research, especially for health educators and public health […]
Season 1 Episode 6 Ian Buchta Welcome to a collaborative episode of From the Front Row and Share Public Health, two podcasts produced from the University of Iowa College of Public Health. I am Ian Buchta, a host and producer for From the Front Row, a podcast produced by University of Iowa College of Public […]
HRSA’s Region 7 Office of Regional Operations invites you to attend a free Grants 101 Workshop in Burlington, Iowa! Register now. Workshop Topics at a Glance Federal grant application process Federal and state funding opportunities HRSA grant review process HRSA grantee perspective Common mistakes and tips for creating a successful grant application Who Should Attend? […]