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|Congratulate Eleven Accredited Health Departments|
On February 28, 2013, nine local and two state health departments were awarded five-year public health accreditation status.
The Public Health Foundation (PHF) is proud to have worked with more than half of these organizations to assist with accreditation preparation in performance management, quality improvement, and workforce development.
Help congratulate these exemplary health departments and all agencies that are on the way to achieving accreditation
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|Use Public Health Workforce Data for Your Upcoming Research Initiatives|PHF invites researchers to request customized data from TRAIN
, a national public health learning management system of state agencies, federal partners, and academic institutions committed to improving public health workforce training. TRAIN's community of over 650,000 learners provides a rich dataset of demographics, competencies, and professional roles of the public health workforce.
Apply Quality Improvement Tools to Support Your Measurement Activities
PHF and the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) have developed a new quick guide to identify quality improvement (QI) tools for measurement activities
. This tool provides details on how and when to use QI when choosing measures and indicators, managing data quality, and analyzing and interpreting data. Explore this resource and provide your suggestions to improve the tool.Public Health Improvement Resource Center
View more than 500 resources for public health performance management, quality improvement, workforce development, and accreditation preparation in the Public Health Improvement Resource Center
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