NEPHTC is pleased to support the Vermont Resilience Messaging Project (VRMP) (under leadership of Auburn Watersong, Director of Trauma Prevention and Resilience Development, Vermont Agency of Human Services), via supporting the coaching work of our NEPHTC Marketing and Communications consultant Michele Levy of ML Brand Strategy Consulting. Michele’s work as a consultant prior to and […]
The New England Public Health Training Center continues to be impressed by what our partners can accomplish in their area of the public health system, and are so honored to be their partners in public health via learning. NEPHTC has a broad mandate to strengthen the public health workforce, across all learning modalities, and we […]
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 […]
NEPHTC is pleased to announce that it will be featured at the annual NNPHI meeting in Washington, D.C. in two poster sessions. Both posters feature work that originated in a public health workforce need that was made into reality by the collaboration by NEPHTC and it’s impressive state partnerships. If you have the chance, learn […]
Just Launched! CDC’s Infection Prevention Practices in Dental Settings Video Series with Vermont CEUs!
NEPHTC is happy to announce the launch of an online video training series, developed using materials from the CDC’s Summary of Infection Prevention Practices in Dental Settings: Basic Expectations for Safe Care. We worked with the Vermont Department of Health’s Office of Oral Health, and her team to record a live presentation of the training […]
Systems Thinking is one of the cross-cutting skills essential to the current and future public health workforce. On April 11, 2018, Julia Ross of Ross & Company, will facilitate a one day live training for managers at the Vermont Department of Public Health in Burlington, VT. “The fast pace of organizational life presses for short […]