NEPHTC is pleased to announce that four of its self-paced online courses were among the first eleven launched on NNPHI’s new Public Health Learning Navigator.
The quality seal, which means they have been reviewed by peer reviewers using a quality review tool, and are recommended to endure until 2022, are:
- Coaching Skills, modified by NEPHTC staff
- Foundations of Infection Prevention in an Ambulatory Care setting, developed by the Yale School of Public Health, a local performance site of NEPHTC
- Holding Effective Meetings, modified by NEPHTC staff, and
- Marketing Public Health, developed by the Boston University School of Public Health Activist Lab
The Public Health Learning Navigator “is a curated, guided and individualized experience to help learners navigate to high quality training,” says Jennifer McKeever of the National Network of Public Health Institutes.
Read about the concepts and national team work that went into designing and launching the navigator here: https://nnphi.org/public-health-learning-navigator-preparing-public-health-workforce-today-tomorrow/
Congratulations to the instructional designers and experts who created these usable trainings!