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PHF E-News: News for Public Health (February 2013)
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In This Issue
Celebrate 20 Years of the Council on Linkages
Help Define Public Health's Role in Antibiotic Stewardship
Access WIC Training Courses from USDA Through TRAIN
Explore New Performance Measurement in Public Health Policy Tool
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PHF E-News brings you the latest information on how you can use performance management, quality improvement, and workforce development to improve the quality and performance of your organization and the health of your community.
Celebrate the 20th Year of the Council on Linkages

Council on Linkages Logo 2012 marked 20 years of leadership in public health workforce development for the Council on Linkages Between Academia and Public Health Practice (Council on Linkages). During that time, the Council on Linkages has grown to include 19 organizations representing a wide variety of stakeholders within the public health community, including state and local health departments, schools and programs of public health, local boards of health, public health laboratories, environmental health specialists, health educators, and more. Look back at some of the activities and accomplishments of the Council on Linkages over the past year.
 
Help Define Public Health's Role in Antibiotic Stewardship

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The Public Health Foundation (PHF) is leading an effort to develop and pilot a change package to enable public health organizations to help reduce antibiotic resistance. A draft of the driver diagram to inform this change package is now available for your review, comments, and examples of public health organizations that are promoting optimal antibiotic use.
 
Access WIC Training Courses from USDA Through TRAIN

TRAIN PHF has partnered with the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program to host seven educational WIC modules on TRAIN, the premier learning management system for professionals and volunteers who protect the public's health.
 
Explore New Performance Measurement for Public Health Policy Tool

PHF and the American Public Health Association (APHA) have developed a tool to focus explicitly on performance measurement for public health policy. Assess and improve the performance of your policy activities with this new resource.

This message is a service of the Public Health Foundation (PHF). For more than 40 years, PHF, a national non-profit organization, has been helping health departments with their quality improvement, performance management, and workforce development needs.
 
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