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Regional Steering Committee Spotlight: Brandon Grimm

After majoring in exercise science in college, Brandon Grimm was encouraged to explore public health by a family member.

Front Page, RegionalJanuary 21, 2021front-page regional
Four Key Priorities

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris highlighted four key priorities for their administration: …

Front PageJanuary 20, 2021front-page
Share Public Health Transcript: Rural Health, Community Pride

Season 2 Episode 8 Hannah Shultz: Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

PodcastJanuary 19, 2021podcast
Share Public Health Transcript: Rural Health, What Makes a Community

Season 2 Episode 7 Hannah Shultz: Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

Catalog, PodcastJanuary 12, 2021catalog podcast
Share Public Health Transcript: Rural Health, the Global Midwest

Season 2 Episode 6 Hannah Shultz: Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

Podcast, RegionalJanuary 5, 2021podcast regional
Share Public Health Transcript: Advocacy, Change Comes Through Relationships

Season 2 Episode 5 Deborah Thompson: Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern public health …

PodcastDecember 22, 2020podcast
Share Public Health Transcript: Advocacy, We Have to Ask for What We Need

Season 2 Episode 4 Deborah Thompson: Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

Communication, PodcastDecember 15, 2020communication podcast
Share Public Health Transcript: Advocacy, Celebrate Every Win

Season 2 Episode 3 Deborah Thompson: Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

PodcastDecember 8, 2020podcast
Share Public Health Transcript: Advocacy, Overcoming Public Health’s Humility

Season 2 Episode 2 Deborah Thompson:Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training …

Communication, PodcastDecember 1, 2020communication podcast
Share Public Health Transcript: COVID-19, Experiences of People with Disabilities

Season 2 Episode 1 Hannah Shultz: Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

COVID-19, Health Equity, PodcastOctober 27, 2020covid-19 health-equity podcast
NOW STREAMING: ‘Outbreak: The First Response’ available on Yahoo.com

Outbreak: The First Response,” a new documentary on the COVID-19 response in the Seattle area, …

Front Page, NationalAugust 21, 2020front-page national
New Book co-authored by MPHTC Faculty – Sonja Armbruster

Sonja Armbruster, Faculty in the Department of Public Health Sciences, College of Health Professions at …

StudentsAugust 4, 2020students
Share Public Health Transcript: COVID-19 Impact on Dairy Farmers

Season 1 Episode 29 Hannah Shultz Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

PodcastJuly 7, 2020podcast
Public Health: Always the Bridesmaid

by Taylor Mitchell Carter What seems like a decade ago, I was at a friend’s …

COVID-19, Front Page, Local, StudentsJuly 7, 2020covid-19 front-page local students
2020 Sizzling Summer Series

Join us for the 2020 Sizzling Summer Series focusing on change management! This webinar series …

Front PageJune 4, 2020front-page
MPHTC Student Integral to County COVID-19 Response

Kaci Ginn, an undergraduate student employee with the Midwestern Public Health Training Center, has been …

COVID-19, Front Page, Local, StudentsMay 7, 2020covid-19 front-page local students
Qualitative Analysis for American Indian College Students’ Alternative Tobacco Use

by Christina Haswood The halfway point was around the first week of April where we …

Front Page, StudentsMay 5, 2020front-page students
Share Public Health Transcript: COVID-19, Impact on Meatpacking Workers

Season 1 Episode 28 Hannah Shultz Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

COVID-19, Health Equity, PodcastMay 5, 2020covid-19 health-equity podcast
Share Public Health Transcript: Health Communication During COVID-19

Season 1 Episode 27 Oge Chigbo Welcome to a collaborative episode of From the Front …

Communication, PodcastMarch 24, 2020communication podcast
Quick Tips for Precepting Students

What is a preceptor? Preceptors are a combination of professional mentors and educational instructors. They …

Front Page, StudentsMarch 24, 2020front-page students
From MPHTC Intern to Black Hawk County Epidemiologist

Aaron says he “never realized how connected every position within a health department is until I started learning workforce development. It has completely changed the way I view public health.”

Front Page, Local, StudentsMarch 19, 2020front-page local students
Giving Back to my Urban Indian Community

by Christina Haswood The Center for American Indian Community Health (CAICH) here at the University …

Front Page, Health Equity, StudentsMarch 17, 2020front-page health-equity students
Exploring Public Health Accreditation’s Impact on Health Equity

by Ashlyn Lipnicky, University of Kansas Medical Center As I looked at my internship mentor …

Front Page, Health Equity, StudentsMarch 12, 2020front-page health-equity students
Share Public Health Transcript: Tackling Equity, Conclusion

Season 1 Episode 26 Hannah Shultz Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

Health Equity, PodcastMarch 10, 2020health-equity podcast
Share Public Health Transcript: Tackling Equity, Immigration

Season 1 Episode 25 Hannah Shultz Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

Health Equity, PodcastMarch 3, 2020health-equity podcast
Share Public Health Transcript: Tackling Equity, Place Matters

Season 1 Episode 24 Hannah Shultz Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

PodcastFebruary 25, 2020podcast
Share Public Health Transcript: Tackling Equity, Building an Inclusive Workforce

Season 1 Episode 23 Hannah Shultz Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

Health Equity, PodcastFebruary 18, 2020health-equity podcast
Share Public Health Transcript: Tackling Equity, Native American Health

Season 1 Episode 22 Hannah Shultz Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

Health Equity, PodcastFebruary 11, 2020health-equity podcast
Share Public Health: Tackling Equity, African American Health Disparities

Season 1 Episode 21 Hannah Shultz Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

Health Equity, PodcastFebruary 4, 2020health-equity podcast
Share Public Health Podcast: Tackling Equity, People with Disabilities

Season 1 Episode 20 Hannah Shultz Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

Health Equity, PodcastJanuary 28, 2020health-equity podcast
Share Public Health Transcript: Tackling Equity, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Questioning

Season 1 Epiosde 19 Hannah Shultz Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

Health Equity, PodcastJanuary 21, 2020health-equity podcast
Share Public Health Transcript: Tackling Equity, the Social Determinants of Health

Season 1 Episode 18 Hannah Shultz Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

PodcastJanuary 14, 2020podcast
Public Health Improvement Training

Public Health Improvement Training Date: June 2-4, 2020 Where: San Antonio, Texas Join us for …

Front PageJanuary 9, 2020front-page
Public Health Innovation Summit & Showcase

Public Health Innovation Summit & Showcase Date: June 23, 2020 Where: Washington, DC The Public …

Front PageJanuary 9, 2020front-page
Share Public Health Transcript: Tackling Equity, an Introduction

Season 1 Episode 17 Hannah Shultz Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

Health Equity, PodcastJanuary 6, 2020health-equity podcast
Share Public Health Transcript: Connecting to Your Personal Story. An Interview with Jennifer McKeever.

Season 1 Episode 15 Laurie WalknerWelcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training …

PodcastDecember 18, 2019podcast
Share Public Health Transcript: We Need to be the Group that Speaks for the Community. An Interview with Brian Castrucci.

Season 1 Episode 16 Laurie Walkner Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

PodcastDecember 18, 2019podcast
Share Public Health Podcast Transcript: Move Fast to Move Slow. An Interview with Denise Foster.

Season 1 Episode 9 Laurie WalknerWelcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training …

PodcastDecember 4, 2019podcast
Share Public Health Podcast Transcript: Staying relevant for public health 3.0. An Interview with Bobbie Berkowitz.

Season 1 Episode 14 Laurie Walkner Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

PodcastDecember 3, 2019podcast
Share Public Health Podcast Transcript: Find a Mentor. An Interview with Doris Brown.

Season 1 Episode 13 Laurie Walkner Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

PodcastNovember 19, 2019podcast
Share Public Health Podcast Transcript: If there’s not an opportunity, design it. An Interview with Captain Aisha Mix.

Laurie Walkner Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center’s podcast connecting …

PodcastNovember 12, 2019podcast
Share Public Health Podcast Transcript: Flexibility is Your Friend. An Interview with Lindsay Huse.

Season 1 Episode 10 Laurie Walkner Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

PodcastNovember 5, 2019podcast
Share Public Health Podcast Transcript: Health Should Be a Shared Value. An Interview with Sue Hassmiller.

Season 1 Episode 10 Laurie Walkner Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health …

PodcastOctober 29, 2019podcast
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 …

PodcastOctober 15, 2019podcast
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 …

PodcastOctober 8, 2019podcast
Share Public Health podcast transcript: Leah Casanave, Every Hero is a Person

Season 1 Episode 6 Ian Buchta Welcome to a collaborative episode of From the Front …

PodcastOctober 1, 2019podcast
Share Public Health podcast transcript: Elizabeth Walsh, A Public Health Hustler

Ian Buchta Welcome to a collaborative episode of From the Front Row and Share Public …

PodcastSeptember 24, 2019podcast
Share Public Health podcast transcript, Mental Health: No Wrong Door

Season 1 Episode 4 Laurie Walkner Welcome to Share Public Health the Midwestern Public Health …

PodcastSeptember 18, 2019podcast
Nominate a Hero

We are now accepting nominations for the 2019 Iowa Public Health Heroes Award. We will …

EventsSeptember 12, 2019events
Share Public Health podcast transcript, Mental Health: The Need for Trauma-Informed Training

Transcript: Season 1 Episode 2 Laurie Walkner Welcome to share public health the Midwestern Public …

PodcastSeptember 10, 2019podcast
Share Public Health podcast transcript, Mental Health: Language Matters

Transcript: Season 1 Episode 1 Laurie Walkner Welcome to share public health the Midwestern Public …

PodcastSeptember 10, 2019podcast
Share Public Health podcast transcript, Mental Health: Mental Health Programs are an Investment

Season 1 Episode 3 Intro Welcome to share public health, the Midwestern public health training …

PodcastSeptember 10, 2019podcast
Creating Iowa’s First Workforce Development Coalition

by Aaron Reinke Workforce inequities were shown in the results from the 2017 PH-WINS, which …

Front Page, StudentsSeptember 6, 2019front-page students
Reflecting on the Summer in Black Hawk County

by Maddie Kemp As I near the end of my time working at Black Hawk …

Front Page, StudentsSeptember 4, 2019front-page students
Sizzling Summer Webinar Series

This summer, in partnership with the University of Nebraska Medical Center Office of Public Health Practice and the Nebraska Association of Local Health Directors, we produced a three part webinar series on persuasive communication. Our speaker for the series was Kwame Christian, Esq., MA. Kwame is the director of the American Negotiation Institute where he conducts negotiation and conflict management workshops around the country. As an attorney and mediator with a bachelor of arts in psychology, a master of public policy, and a law degree, he brings a unique multidisciplinary approach to making difficult conversations easier. In addition to his role with the American Negotiation Institute, Kwame also serves as a professor at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and Otterbein University’s MBA program. Kwame is the author of the best-selling book, Nobody will Play with Me: How to Use Compassionate Curiosity to Find Confidence in Conflict, and his TEDx Talk, Finding Confidence in Conflict, was the most popular TEDx Talk on the topic of conflict in 2017. He also hosts the top negotiation podcast in the world, Negotiate Anything. The show has been downloaded more than 600,000 times and has listeners in 181 different …

Communication, Front PageAugust 29, 2019communication front-page
Wrapping Up at Children’s Hospital

by Allyssa Stevens Background Children’s Hospital and Medical Center (CH&MC) is a 145-bed nonprofit facility …

Front Page, StudentsAugust 6, 2019front-page students
Stepping Out into the Community

by Louise Hyneman This past week I had the opportunity to work more directly with …

Front Page, StudentsAugust 2, 2019front-page students
Continuing Work at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center

by Allyssa Stevens Background Children’s Hospital and Medical Center (CH&MC) is a 145-bed nonprofit facility …

Front Page, StudentsAugust 1, 2019front-page students
Summing Up the Nebraska Diabetes Prevention Program Project

by Cheri Farris The first quarterly statewide lifestyle coach call occurred June 20th. We had …

Front Page, StudentsJuly 31, 2019front-page students
Writing a Health Department’s First Health Equity Policy

by Cora Burgoyne Writing the Health Equity Policy The Unified Government Public Health Department conducted …

Front Page, StudentsJuly 30, 2019front-page students
Final Days at Generate Health

by Preeti K. Pulluri Hello everyone, I am done with my internship on May 7th …

Front Page, StudentsJuly 29, 2019front-page students
All About SNAP

by Louise Hyneman This past week I continued to work on the SNAP grant to …

Front Page, StudentsJuly 27, 2019front-page students
Nebraska National Diabetes Prevention Program Statewide Engagement Part 2

by Cheri Farris One of the important activities in the internship placement is to plan …

Front Page, StudentsJuly 26, 2019front-page students
Community Health Worker Kick-off Meeting

by Seamus Taylor I am just about two months into my internship with the Iowa …

Front Page, StudentsJuly 25, 2019front-page students
First Weeks at Children’s Hospital and Medical Center

by Allyssa Stevens Background Children’s Hospital and Medical Center is a 145-bed nonprofit facility located …

Front Page, StudentsJuly 24, 2019front-page students
Updates from Jones County

by Casey Semos Introduction/Recap For the past few weeks, I have been interning at Jones …

Front Page, StudentsJuly 23, 2019front-page students
Continuing Work in Black Hawk County

by Maddie Kemp The Health Department is staying busy throughout the summer months. Terry and …

Front Page, StudentsJuly 22, 2019front-page students
Nebraska National Diabetes Prevention Program Statewide Engagement

by Cheri Farris The MPHTC field placement between myself and Brian Coyle, MPH will include …

Front Page, StudentsJuly 20, 2019front-page students
Steering Committee Meeting data & infographics

ReportsJuly 19, 2019reports
Breastfeeding in Douglas County, Nebraska

by Arianna Crum Background on the field placement organization The mission statement of the Douglas …

Front Page, StudentsJuly 19, 2019front-page students
Quality Improvement in Kansas

by Kat Barrow As a part of my MPH program for the University of Nebraska …

Front Page, StudentsJuly 18, 2019front-page students
Food Insecurity and Seniors: The Focus of My Summer at the Saint Louis Area Food Bank

by Louise Hyneman This summer I am interning at the Saint Louis Area Foodbank in …

Front Page, StudentsJuly 17, 2019front-page students
Ten Tips for Effective Communication

Regardless of your title, you are a communicator. An easy way to think about this …

Communication, Front PageJuly 8, 2019communication front-page
Getting Started at the Iowa Chronic Care Consortium

My name is Seamus Taylor and I’m a recent graduate of the MPH in Policy …

Front Page, StudentsJune 26, 2019front-page students
Early Weeks in Jones County

by Andrea Lenartz This summer, I am working at Jones County Public Health, located in …

Front Page, StudentsJune 25, 2019front-page students
MAPP Black Hawk County

by Maddie Kemp This summer I have the opportunity to intern at Black Hawk County …

Front Page, StudentsJune 24, 2019front-page students
Creating Substance Abuse Toolkits

by Meghan Cordova Toolkit For my project, I have been creating a Toolkit with information …

Front Page, StudentsJune 23, 2019front-page students
Party for Parkinson’s 5K

by Alexandria Parra Background The 7th annual Party for Parkinson’s 5K is an event hosted …

Front Page, StudentsJune 22, 2019front-page students
Identifying the Demographics of Sexually Transmitted Infection Test Seekers at the Unified Government Public Health Department in Wyandotte County, Kansas

by H. Marlene Johnson Background: Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) and Infections (STIs) are very common …

Front Page, StudentsJune 21, 2019front-page students
Final Day at Better Family Life

by A’Keisha Lee June 10 was the last day of my field experience. My preceptor …

Front Page, StudentsJune 20, 2019front-page students
Better Family Life Updates

by A’Keisha Lee I’ve been at my internship for about two months. I’ve been progressing …

Front Page, StudentsJune 19, 2019front-page students
Moving Closer to Public Health 3.0

by Aaron Rienke The goals of public health in the United States have shifted along …

Front Page, StudentsJune 18, 2019front-page students
Getting Started at Johnson County Public Health

by Ian Buchta Hi everyone! My name is Ian Buchta and I am so excited …

Front Page, StudentsJune 17, 2019front-page students
Model College Vaccine Policy

by Elena Aronson Background College campuses, due to group living and close contact through classes, …

Front Page, StudentsJune 12, 2019front-page students
One Month In: Better Family Life, Cultural, Educational, and Business Center

by A’Keisha Lee I am exactly one month into my field placement opportunity at the …

Front Page, StudentsJune 10, 2019front-page students
Tuberculosis Education within the Burmese Refugee Community in Wyandotte County, Kansas

by H. Marlene Johnson Funding source: Funding was provided to the Unified Government Public Health …

Front Page, StudentsJune 8, 2019front-page students
Early Weeks in Jones County, Iowa

by Casey Semos Background: Jones County is in the Northeastern region of Iowa with a …

Front Page, StudentsJune 6, 2019front-page students
Convening Wyandotte County’s Board of Health

by Cora Burgoyne Convening the Board of Health In Kansas, all local health departments’ Board …

Front Page, StudentsMay 15, 2019front-page students
Understanding Barriers to Flu Vaccination among American Indians in the Midwest

by Garrett Bates Intro/Context/Background The Healthy People 2020 initiative hopes to achieve a seasonal influenza …

Front Page, StudentsMay 9, 2019front-page students
Halfway!

by Preeti K. Pulluri Hello Everyone, I am half way through my internship at Generate …

Front Page, StudentsApril 11, 2019front-page students
Lifelong Learning- WellREP (Well-Rounded Exercise Program)

by Alexandria Parra WellREP provides low cost exercise classes for seniors throughout Wichita and the …

Front Page, StudentsApril 11, 2019front-page students
Developing and Presenting the Needs Assessment for the Learning Community Center of South Omaha

by Emily Blanchard I have completed and presented the needs assessment for the LCCSO staff, …

Front Page, StudentsApril 3, 2019front-page students
Kansas Local Public Health Leadership Series, Fall 2018

Building Leadership Capacity In November, eighteen public health professionals from across the state completed a …

Front Page, StudentsApril 3, 2019front-page students
Everyday is a learning opportunity!

by Preeti K. Pulluri Hello everyone, I am Preeti K. Pulluri, an MPH second year …

Front Page, StudentsMarch 20, 2019front-page students
Interviews, Observations, and Data Collection at the Learning Community Center of South Omaha

by Emily Blanchard Public Health Competencies I have completed parent interviews at the Learning Community …

Front Page, StudentsMarch 5, 2019front-page students
Learning Community Center of South Omaha

by Emily Blanchard Setting My field placement site is the Learning Community Center of South …

Front Page, StudentsFebruary 7, 2019front-page students
Student Field Placement Opportunities

Each year, the Midwestern Public Health Training Centers offers about twenty internships throughout our region …

Front Page, StudentsFebruary 1, 2019front-page students
Events Test

EventsJanuary 22, 2018events
Events

Chronic Disease Prevention and Self-Management Year-long Webinar Series  http://www.nwrpca.org/events/event_details.asp?legacy=1&id=1037720#featured-videos/?legacy=1&id=1037720 January 31, 2018 to December 19, …

EventsJanuary 18, 2018events
Johnson County Public Health Promotes Inclusion of Electronic Cigarettes in Smoke-Free Ordinances

Johnson County Public Health Promotes Inclusion of Electronic Cigarettes in Smoke-Free Ordinances. Johnson County Public …

LocalSeptember 30, 2016local
Kansas Health Matters

Kansas Health Matters Made Easier with Simplified Tools Track Your Impact on Community Health Improvement. …

StateSeptember 30, 2016state
Iowa Public Health Heroes

University of Iowa CPH is now accepting nominations for the Iowa Public Health Heroes Awards. …

StateAugust 2, 2016state
PHLN featured in Public Health Reports “Executive Perspective”

PHLN featured in Public Health Reports “Executive Perspective” Dr. Mary Beth Bigley, Director of the …

NationalMarch 24, 2016national
Region IV Zika Virus Webinar

Register for the Zika Webinar Recording: “Outbreaks: Protecting Americans from Infectious Diseases” Lecture with Richard Hamburg, …

NationalFebruary 18, 2016national
MPHTC Interns Assist in Housing the Homeless

MPHTC Interns Assist in Housing the Homeless. Read this article from The University of Iowa College …

RegionalJanuary 8, 2016regional
NBPHE Announces New CPH Eligibility Criteria

      The National Board of Public Health Examiners (NBPHE) board of directors is …

NationalDecember 30, 2015national
PHAB Announces Changes to the Accreditation Process

A new Guide to National Public Health Department Initial Accreditation was adopted by the Board …

NationalOctober 19, 2015national
Diabetes Report Card

A report card providing information on the status of diabetes in the United States, including information …

NationalOctober 2, 2015national
Wichita State University Offers Badge Program

  Wichita State University’s new Badge Program makes education accessible and affordable. Badges are designed with …

StateAugust 31, 2015state
Infectious Diseases Webinar

Webinar from Emory University: “The PHTC Network’s Collective Role in Helping the Public Health Workforce Prepare …

NationalJuly 10, 2015national
MPHTC Intern Blog

The Midwestern Public Health Training Center is funding 20 interns this summer as they work …

RegionalJuly 10, 2015regional
Riley County healthiest in Kansas

According to New Rankings Riley County Is Healthiest in Kansas; Woodson County Is Least Healthy. The …

StateJuly 10, 2015state
Linn County awarded National Accreditation

Linn County Public Health First in Iowa to be Awarded National Accreditation by PHAB. The …

LocalJuly 10, 2015local
Healthiest Nation 2030

The U.S. trails other countries in life expectancy and other measures of good health, and …

NationalFebruary 25, 2015national