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Education & Training

Accredited Schools and Graduate Programs of Public Health

All-levels Career Development Workshop: Moving Forward in the Professional Public Health Field

American College of Nurse-Midwives

Behavior Change Counseling - Be Nourished Training Institute

CPH Certification - National Board of Public Health Examiners

Certification in Public Health Examination - OHSU/PSU School of Public Health Student Guide

Environmental Assessment of Foodborne Illness Outbreaks Training

Environmental Health Training in Emergency Response

Environmental Public Health Online Courses 

Health Education Credentialing - CHES/MCHES

HPV Vaccine Provider-Focused Distance Learning Course 

Lactation Education & Consultant Program - Portland Community College

Northwest Center for Public Health Practice - University of Washington

OHSU-PSU School of Public Health

Oregon Caregiver Training Initiative

Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences

Oregon Master of Public Health

Oregon State University: College of Public Health and Human Sciences

Pacific University MHA Program and College of Health Professions

Promoting Policy and Systems Change to Expand Employment of Community Health Workers (CHWs)

Portland State University: College of Urban and Public Affairs

Portland State University: Center for Public Service

Public Health Accreditation and Quality Improvement

PublicHealthOnline - Health Education in Focus

PublicHealthOnline - Guide to the Best Online MPH Degrees

Spanish Health Care Interpreter Training Program - Linfield College

University of Washington School of Public Health

UW Department of Urban Design and Planning - Master of Infrastructure Planning and Management

Job/Internship Opportunities & Employment Resources

APHA Public Health CareerMart

APHA Internship/Fellowship

CareersInPublicHealth.net

FireScience - A Guide to Public Service Careers

Health Hires | The Lund Report

Multnomah County Job Openings

Multnomah County Internships

Northwest Human Services, Marion & Polk Counties

Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (NPAIHB)

Oregon.gov

Oregon Healthcare News

Oregon Health & Sciences University Careers

Oregon Nurse Career Center

Oregon Public Health Association

Oregon Public Health Division Jobs

PublicHealthOnline - Explore Public Health Careers

Wallace Medical Concern

Washington County Jobs

Research & Data

Community Health Status Indicators (CHSI) 2015 

County Health Roadmaps - Rankings Data

Environmental Public Health Performance Standards

National Voluntary Environmental Assessment Information System

Northwest Public Health Magazine

Oregon Health Data Resources

Oregon Environmental Public Health Tracking Program

Oregon Research Institute 

Presentations from OPHA 2011

Presentations from OPHA 2012

Presentations from OPHA 2013

Presentations from OPHA 2014

Presentations from OPHA 2015

Youth Data Center

Toolkits & Guidance Documents

Building Healthy Places Toolkit: Strategies for Enhancing Health in the Built Environment

Built Environment and Public Health Clearinghouse (BEPHC)

Climate and Health Resilience Plan

CommunityHEALTHADVISOR

Community Health Worker Toolkit 

County Health Roadmaps Action Center

Environmental Public Health Performance Standards (EnvPHPS)

Fluoridation Toolkit: A Resource for Health Advocates

Food Hero

HPV-HIV Provider Toolkit

Minimum Elements and Practice Standards for Health Impact Assessment (Version 3)

NACCHO Climate Change Toolkit​

Northwest Center for Public Health Practice - Toolkits & Guides

Parks, Trails, and Health Workbook: A Tool for Planners, Parks and Recreational Professionals, and Health Practitioners

PHAB Workshop - Materials from APHA-CDC Supported OPHA Trainings:

Principles of Community Engagement

Protocol for Assessing Community Excellence in Environmental Health (PACE EH)

Public Health and Health System Transformation

Public Health Is for Everyone: An inclusive planning toolkit for public health professionals

QuitDay - Smoking Affects Everyone

Resilience Planning Toolkit

The Demand for Nursing Professionals in Oregon 

The Oral Health Care System: A State-by-State Analysis

Workforce Development:

Working Together: A Training Framework for Public Health and Planning Professionals

Public Health Organizations

Alzheimer's Association Oregon Chapter

American Cancer Society

American Heart Association

American Public Health Association

Center for Disease Control

Campaign for Dental Health

Environmental Health Specialists Network

Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc.

Oregon Center for Nursing

Oregon Climate and Health Network

Oregon Coalition of Local Health Officials

Oregon Environmental Council

Oregon Nurses Association

Oregon Public Health Division

Oregon Public Health Institute

The Network for Public Health Law

World Health Organization

 

Videos and Graphics to View and Share

 

 

Unnatural Causes

UNNATURAL CAUSES is the acclaimed documentary series broadcast by PBS and now used by thousands of organizations around the country to tackle the root causes of our alarming socio-economic and racial inequities in health.

 

American Planning Association - Plan4Health: Podcast - LISTEN HERE

 

Click here to access Influenza Info and Toolkits 

 

APHA Generation Public Health - Change can only happen if we make healthy choices as a society. This means improving everything that impacts health — from housing, education and income to community design, transportation and our environment. Together, we can all be the generation that changes the course of health in America. Join Generation Public Health today, and learn about easy ways to support better health in your community. Watch video here.

 

The This Is Public Health campaign is a way for Public Health community to demonstrate all the ways in which Public Health improves our lives. Watch video here.

 

Public Health Infographics

Infographics can be a powerful tool for sharing important public health information and helping people understand the issues. Check out APHA's infographics on the following topics:

***Please share these infographics widely with your friends, family, community, local media and policymakers.