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2014 Public Health Improvement Training

Category: Program

Related Categories: National Public Health Performance Standards (NPHPS), Performance Management, Quality Improvement

Location: W Hotel Atlanta-Midtown, 188 14th Street, Atlanta

Start Date: 4/24/2014

End Date: 4/25/2014

The 12th annual Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT): Advancing Performance in Agencies, Systems and Communities will be held on April 24-25, 2014, at the W Hotel Atlanta, Midtown, in Atlanta, Georgia. The training, sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and its National Public Health Performance Standards (NPHPS) and accreditation partners, will include sessions on:

The Public Health Foundation (PHF) will be on hand sharing the latest information in public health QI, performance management, and workforce development at the following sessions: 

  • Building and Sustaining a QI Culture with the QI Roadmap (Jack Moran and Erinn Monteiro (National Association of County and City Health Officials)), April 24, 1:15pm-2:45pm and April 25, 10:30am-12:00pm
  • Introduction to Performance Management  and Quality Improvement (Amanda McCarty and Margie Beaudry), April 24, 1:00pm-2:30pm  
  • Workforce Development Planning Using QI Tools (Amanda McCarty and Jack Moran), April 24, 3:15pm-4:15pm
  • Stories from the Field: Performance Management Systems (Margie Beaudry, Moderator), April 24, 3:15pm-4:15pm

For more information about how PHF can help your organization advance its QI, performance management or workforce development efforts, check out PHF's Performance Improvement Learning Series Catalog which provides a listing of the many courses that PHF's QI Experts teach. While the training that PHF offers is customized based on the needs of the individual department, the catalog is a sample of course offerings and provides a menu of QI programs, tools, and techniques to choose from when planning trainings.


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2014 Public Health Improvement Training