Watch this short video to learn how the Public Health Learning Agenda for Systems Change harnesses the power of learning to address persistent challenges that impact health in our communities!
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Join us at APHA 2021! NEPHTC is pleased to be contributing to the public health workforce development conversation in an APHA Learning Institute and in three other sessions. The APHA Learning Institute Learning for Systems Change: Practical Application of the Public Health Learning Agenda Toolkit for Building an Adaptive Public Health Workforce – Fee: $215 […]
Going to APHA online or in person? Interested in Using Learning to Impact Systems Change? The Public Health Learning Agenda Toolkit aims to help public health organizations and their partners create a plan for learning to address and achieve systems change. Each step in a Learning Agenda requires teams to think deeply about defining a community challenge and consider where and how to address the issue through learning. Taking concrete steps to tackle our toughest issues—like health care access and […]
Structural Racism – What Can We Do? We can examine what we can do in our lanes for systems change. Our former Associate Dean of Public Health Practice in the Activist Lab, Harold Cox, said recently in a BUSPH Community Meeting, when everyone is asking what they can do, I say: “we do what we can […]
Structural Racism – What Can We Do? We can speak. As people, leaders can speak. We can each speak. NEPHTC appreciates the leaders of our institutions -Boston University School of Public Health and Boston University – who have spoken out against racism. We appreciate that they speak, and then speak again, showing that sometimes we […]