Evidence-Based Interventions

These curated trainings have been developed by external partners. They are available at any time and can be accessed by clicking the "Go to training" links.

Trainings

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Choosing and Adapting Community Interventions: Adapting Community Interventions for Different Cultures and Communities

Learn how to adjust an intervention to show respect for another culture and to increase the chances for success in that particular community.

 

Topic Areas: EBIs
Approximate Length: Self-paced

Offered by: Community Toolbox

Requirements: Registration not required
Cost: Free

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Choosing and Adapting Community Interventions: Promoting the Adoption and Use of Best Practices

Learn how to insure that you address community problems and issues as well as possible by the adoption and implementation of success proven methods or programs.

 

Topic Areas: EBIs
Approximate Length: Self-paced

Offered by: Community Toolbox

Requirements: Registration not required
Cost: Free

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Preventive Medicine and Public Health Issues: The CDC 6/18 Initiative: The Theory and Application of Evidence-Based Population Health Interventions

This is a webinar series on preventive medicine and public health issues. The presentations provide an overview of HRSA and CDC strategies to integrate public health into primary health care at the national level, and examples of successful strategies carried out by preventive medicine faculty, residents, and HRSAs Bureau of Health Workforce.

 

Topic Areas: EBIs, population health
Target Audience: Physicians, Registered Nurses, Public Health Professionals, other interested public health workers both inside and outside of government, preventive medicine residency program directors, faculty and residents.

Offered by: CDC

Requirements: Registration not required
Cost: Free

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