Public Health Grand Rounds Archived Webcasts

For 10 years (1999-2009) NCIPH collaborated with CDC to host Public Health Grand Rounds, a series of satellite and webcasts presenting real-world case studies on public health issues. Cases included wide-ranging, diverse topics vital to public health professionals and the health of people: bioterrorism, obesity, West Nile virus, genetics, autism, SARS, asthma, disaster preparedness, breast cancer, food safety. View the archived webcasts below:


The Clean Sheet Exercise: A Tool for Local Health Department Planning


Help Older Adults Live Better, Longer: Prevent Falls and Traumatic Brain Injuries
Standards, Accreditation, and Improvement — Raising the Bar of Public Health Performance


Cutting Edge Legal Preparedness for Chronic Disease Prevention
Public Health Is Global Health: An Innovative Approach to Fighting Disease in Uganda
Coordinated Approach to Child Health: From Research to Practice
Healthy Places Leading to Healthy People: Community Engagement Improves Health for All


Pandemic Flu Preparedness: What Every Community Should Know
After Katrina: Building a Better Public Health System for the Future
Learning from Katrina: Tough Lessons in Preparedness and Emergency Response


Birth Defects Prevention: Realizing the Full Potential of Folic Acid
Collaborating to Conquer Colorectal Cancer: Fulfilling the Promise of Prevention
Antimicrobial Resistance: Old Bugs, New Threats, and the Public Health Response
Vaccine Shortages: Protecting the Public’s Health amid Strategic and Ethical Concerns


First Things First: Defining Local Public Health Practice for Safer, Healthier Communities
Tobacco Prevention and Control: Using Evidence Based Strategies to Save Lives and Resources
On the Road Again: Promoting Safe Travel and the Public’s Health
Influenza and Beyond: Responding to Vaccine-preventable Diseases


SARS: When a Global Outbreak Hits Home
Disease, Disaster and Detection: Partnering with Public Health Laboratories
Autism Among Us: Rising Concerns and the Public Health Response
HIPAA Privacy Rule: Enhancing or Harming the Public’s Health?
Wired Communities: Putting the “e” in Public Health


Bioterrorism Preparedness: A Progress Report
The Epidemic of Obesity: Personal Choice or Environmental Consequence?
Urban Sprawl: What’s Health Got to Do With It?


Stand Up and Be Counted: Improving Your Community’s Health Through Performance Standards
Preparing for West Nile Virus: Will Your Community Be Next?
Food Safety: A Challenge for Everyone in Public Health


Living, Breathing and Beating Asthma in the Environment
Genetics and Public Health: The Future is Now
Disasters, People and Public Health: Are You Ready?


Breast Cancer Screening: More than Just Mammograms
Bioterrorism: Implications for Public Health