Program Planning & Evaluation

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

Title

Description

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Evidence-Based Public Health

The Evidence-Based Public Health Training Series consists of nine modules that cover core concepts, such as defining public health issues, conducting community assessments, prioritizing options, and evaluating program and policy impacts. You may take each of the modules individually and receive a certificate for each one. If you choose to complete all nine modules, you will also receive a certificate for the series as a whole.

 

Topic Areas: Program Planning & Evaluation
Target Audience: State, local, and tribal public health professionals and students
Approximate Length: Self-paced

Offered by: Northwest Center for Public Health Practice

Requirements: Registration required
Cost: Free

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A Healthy Dose: Strengthening Reach and Impact of Community Strategies

In this one hour webinar, which is part of the Hot Topics series, evaluation specialists from Group Health Research Institute explain how to strengthen the reach and impact of community health strategies.

 

Topic Areas: Program Planning & Evaluation

Target Audience: Local, state, and tribal public health practitioners; elected officials; community-serving organizations; public health researchers and instructors

Approximate Length: 1 hour

Offered by: Northwest Center for Public Health Practice

Requirements: Registration required
Cost: Free

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Integrating Public Health and Primary Care

In this one hour webinar, which is part of the Hot Topics series, members of the Northwest Regional Primary Care Association, Bruce Gray, MPA, and Patrick Luedtke, MD, MPH, discuss efforts to better integrate the systems at the local level.

 

Topic Areas: Program Planning & Evaluation
Target Audience: Local and state public health practitioners; Public Health Nurses; Community and migrant health center staff and board members; Healthcare administrators involved in Accountable Care Organization partnerships

Approximate Length: 1 hour

Offered by: Northwest Center for Public Health Practice

Requirements: Registration required
Cost: Free

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Business Planning for Public Health Programs

This 45-minute online course helps you understand the basics of business planning and determine if writing a business plan is appropriate for your public health program.

Topic Areas: Program Planning & Evaluation
Target Audience: Managers in local health departments

Approximate Length: 45 minutes

Offered by: Northwest Center for Public Health Practice

Requirements: Registration required
Cost: Free

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Feasibility Planning for Public Health Business Plans

This online course takes a little over an hour and guides you through the process of creating a feasibility plan, a necessary step before writing a full business plan, to determine whether your idea is worth pursuing. The course covers what to consider when writing your feasibility plan and which sources will provide pertinent information. Feasibility Planning for Public Health Business Plans is the second in a two-part series on public health business plans.

Topic Areas: Program Planning & Evaluation
Target Audience: Managers and program planners in local health departments

Approximate Length: 1.25 hours

Offered by: Northwest Center for Public Health Practice

Requirements: Registration required
Cost: Free

 

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User's Guide to Dissemination and Implementation in Health for Researchers and Practitioners

Think of this eBook as a D&I navigation guide. Content includes:

  • Why D&I is important
  • Definitions, theories and concepts
  • Strategies and tools for designing successful D&I interventions
  • Recommendations for evaluation design and measurement
  • Tips for success - for researchers and practitioners

 

Topic Areas: Program Planning & Evaluation
Approximate Length: Self-paced

Offered by: CRISP

Requirements: Registration required
Cost: Free

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