Impact: NCIPH's newsletter

IMPACT, NCIPH's newsletter
December 2016

Season’s Greetings from NCIPH

NCIPH 2016 Annual ReportIt’s that time of year again – the holiday season is upon us and we can see the New Year fast approaching. At NCIPH, it’s both a time to celebrate a successful year and look forward to new developments in 2017. We recently released our 2016 Annual Report, “Our People, Our Stories,” which details the work we’ve done this past year in technical assistance, training, and engagement.

In this edition of Impact, we share the innovative success of our 34th Annual School Nurse Conference this past October. We highlight a recent community health assessment project as well as the first phase of an exciting project with Carolinas HealthCare System. Finally, with an eye to the New Year and all its possibilities, we announce our national role with The Kresge Foundation’s Emerging Leaders in Public Health program.

We hope that you will join our new mailing list to keep updated with our quarterly newsletters and special announcements. We will be at the State Health Director’s Conference in Raleigh January 19-20, where our staff will present “Advocacy for Leaders: Crafting Richer Stories for Public Health,” “Shaping Your Public Health Message Using GIS Mapping of Social Determinants of Health,” and “Planning for a Successful Future of the NC Local Health Department Accreditation Program.” On February 24th, we’ll be assisting with the 38th Annual Minority Health Conference, which is organized by the Minority Student Caucus at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health. This year’s conference is titled “Systems of Power: Recalling our Past, Restructuring our Future.” We will be hosting an exhibit booth at both of these conferences, so please stop by to say hello and learn more about our services. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Anna Schenck

All the best,
Anna Schenck
NCIPH Director and Associate Dean of Public Health Practice

 

 

 

 

The Kresge Foundation Announces New Initiative for Public Health Leaders

Flier for Kresge Foundation Emerging Leaders in Public Health

Kresge Foundation Emerging Leaders in Public Health

Emerging Leaders in Public Health is a leadership development initiative, supported by The Kresge Foundation, aimed at developing current and future local governmental public health officials to transform their agencies and improve the health of their communities. Selected leaders will embark on an 18-month, action-oriented leadership development experience built around development of a transformational concept. Read more…

And More News from NCIPH

School Nurse Conference Encourages Inclusion, Diversity, Professional Excellence

NCIPH and Durham County Public Health Conduct Community Health Needs Assessment

NCIPH Launches Pilot of New Tool to Map Social Determinants of Health

Upcoming NCIPH Trainings

 

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