Public Health Webinars
Mental Health Crisis in Rural Communities Webinar - Member Registration Rate
Member registration rate. If you are not sure you are a member, please contact NHPHA at email@example.com.
Mental Health Crisis in Rural Communities Webinar - Non-member Registration Rate
Webinar non-member registration rate.
Policy Update Monthly Meetings
Career Development Webinars
Health Haves, Health Nots in a Time of COVID-19 On-Demand Presentation
Sandro Galea, renowned physician, epidemiologist, and author, uses national and local data to explain the how the consequences of health spending, social, racial, and economic divides, and lack of investment in social determinants of health have been exposed by COVID-19.
The Link between Health, Wealth, and Equity On-Demand Presentation
Jessica Santos, Ph.D, esteemed lecturer at Heller School for Social Policy & Management at Brandeis University, analyzes the role of policy in how our economy structures health, wealth, jobs, and equity. Santos suggests a need for significant intervention, structuring equity into the future.
Food and Housing Insecurity On-Demand Presentation
Kerri Lowery, esteemed public health lawyer, uses storytelling, data, and policy initiatives to outline the state of housing and food insecurity in the United States. As COVID-19 has illuminated these issues, Lowery discusses the opportunities and partnerships that can be made for the future.
Introduction to Resource Management On-Demand Presentation
This session examines the various aspects of resource management in health care, health organizations and nonprofits. Resource management is the evidence-based process by which health care organizations effectively distribute human, capital, supply and data resources in a manner that assures operational and financial stability for the organization and quality care for individuals.
Data for Decision-Making On-Demand Presentation
Reliable data is necessary for public health, in every aspect of practice. In this session, the presenters talk about the variety of ways data are critical to public health and discuss some of the common data used in public health. The presenters will provide examples of resources available for public health professionals in NH.
Change Management On-Demand Presentation
This session takes public health professionals through an interactive and participatory group discussion on leading change in the public health and healthcare settings. In this session, the speaker provides an overview of change management theories, change management applications, how to create a sense of urgency as a pre-condition for change, how public health professionals should think about when leading change, and the current level of fatigue observed in the healthcare system within the context of change management in the current environment.
Advocacy Training Series Part I - The NH Legislature On-Demand Presentation
Part one of the Advocacy Training Series provides an overview of the New Hampshire legislature and what makes the state unique. Session speakers provide an overview of the process of how a bill becomes a law in NH and when to advocate in that process. Finally, session speakers review some resources to help you with your advocacy during the legislative session.
NEW HAMPSHIRE PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION (NHPHA)
4 Park Street, Ste 403
Concord, NH 03301