New Training Series by CDC

Public Health Works, funded by the CDC, is a new training series designed for the public health workforce and health care personnel that want training on evidence-based strategies and quality improvement techniques. These trainings are appropriate for state, tribal, local, and territorial (STLT) health department staff, health care professionals, and community health workers. These trainings, which are presented via web streaming, will consist of case studies, interviews with those utilizing best practices in the field, an expert panel discussion, and will end with a question and answer session from professionals across the country.

Continuing education credits are available. A list of Public Health Works trainings can be viewed online.

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