A three-part webinar series to assist frontline public health staff work towards achieving Public Health 3.0 and national public health accreditation.
Public health workforce development efforts have long been focused on traditional, disjointed training solutions heavily loaded toward discipline-based content and outmoded approaches. Innovation and multi-sectoral partnerships are needed to equip the public health workforce, particularly those in governmental agencies, with strategic skills to address the upstream social, economic, and community-based factors that impact health and well-being.
Part 2 of the live webinar will provide provide methods to identify shared values and leverage a shared vision with community partners in order to contribute to sustainable health improvement efforts. This webinar will also explain how community engagement is a critical component of Public Health 3.0 and national accreditation and will also discuss how these concepts fit together.
While it is preferable to register for and participate in all three sessions, participants do not need to attend all three in order to receive CE for a given webinar.
Public health professionals in all settings, including governmental public health, non-profits, health systems, etc. as well as across disciplines, whether health education, nursing, environmental health, leadership, etc.
Participants are encouraged to join the webinars individually or with others from their agency.
Connie Chan Robison, MPH: Co-founder and Executive Director of the Center for Collaborative Planning (CCP), a training and technical assistance center at Public Health Institute (PHI). CCP’s mission is to advocate for health and social justice through work in community development, grassroots leadership development, and community building. Connie utilizes her community engagement experiences and public health training and background to support diverse organizations and communities in maximizing their capacity to affect social change and population health outcomes.