Impact: NCIPH's newsletter

NCIPH IMPACT Newsletter
View current and past newsletters below, or join our mailing list to receive future issues.
April 2018

In this issue we train response teams on the front lines of preventing the next flu pandemic, map social determinants of health in Wake County, kick off activities for National Public Health Week and more.


Local Goes Global: NCIPH Fights the Flu at International Workshop

Learn how NCIPH staff contributed to the development of a workshop to train rapid response teams in East and Southeast Asia, areas where most novel influenza pathogens originate.

Keep Reading…


Engaging Communities in Addressing the Social Determinants of Health

View our story map that visualizes the impact that social, economic and environmental conditions have on health in Wake County, and learn how your organization can create its own story using maps and data.

Keep Reading…


Addressing Mental Health in Jails: Granville Vance Public Health Leads Stepping Up Initiative

GVPH Director Lisa Harrison, MPH, with support from the national Stepping Up Initiative, NCIPH staff and Gillings School faculty, leads the way to reduce the number of mentally ill persons who are jailed in five North Carolina counties.

Keep Reading…

 


National Public Health Week Logo

Follow Us During National Public Health Week

Celebrate National Public Health Week with NCIPH from April 2-8. We’ll be sharing our work, trainings and more!

Keep Reading…


New Staff at NCIPH

Meet the new people who’ve joined our team in support of public health.

Keep Reading…


Upcoming Training from NCIPH

Registration Now Open:

Save the Date:

  • School Nurse Conference
    December 5-7, 2018; registration opens August 1st

Also Available:

  • Coming This Fall: Child Health Training Physical Assessment of Adults and STD Nurse Clinician Training
    Stay tuned for dates and registration information

Online Courses Available Any Time:

To stay up-to-date with the latest news, join our mailing list, explore our website and follow us on Facebook!


Past issues of Impact

Save