Change is a constant, but there are skills and tools that can help us see and seize certain moments as opportunities. With guidance from NWCPHP faculty (Mary Kay Chess, PhD, and Jim Reid, MPA), public health professionals in mid-level management positions will build awareness about addressing change — both proactively and when it occurs unexpectedly.

For more information and to register for future sessions, visit the Engaging with Change website.

Dates: March 24, 2021 - April 14, 2021

The Northwest Public Health and Primary Care Leadership Institute is a nine-month program designed to build collaborative leadership skills for the next generation of leaders. Leadership Institute scholars from diverse backgrounds come together in three on-site sessions throughout the year. In between these sessions, learning continues through online assignments.

This course is only available for those who have applied and been accepted to the program. For information on cost and how to apply, see the Leadership Institute website.

The Public Health Management Certificate helps public health professionals increase efficiency, effectiveness, and accountability at their workplace by developing core management functions—planning, organizing, budgeting, and analyzing performance.

See our website for more information and to register for this 12-month program.

The changing health care landscape surrounding the Affordable Care Act is challenging health departments around the country to reconsider how best to protect the public’s health. Should local health departments discontinue their clinical services and focus more on “upstream” activities like policy development? If so, how much more? What if no other providers offer services in those communities, particularly in rural areas? How are all of these things funded? During this 12-month Learning Laboratory, participants will work with others in similar situations to answer these questions.

This course is open to invited participants. For more information, visit our website.

The Patient Centered Outcomes Research Partnership (PCORP) is a training program to prepare scientists, clinicians, and health care managers for conducting research on patient-centered outcomes and the comparative effectiveness of medical treatments. 

For more information about this program and applying, see the PCORP website.

The Public Health Management Certificate helps public health professionals increase efficiency, effectiveness, and accountability at their workplace by developing core management functions—planning, organizing, budgeting, and analyzing performance.

See our website for more information and to register for this 12-month program.

The Northwest Public Health Leadership Institute is a nine-month program designed to build collaborative leadership skills for the next generation of leaders. Leadership Institute scholars from diverse backgrounds come together in three on-site sessions throughout the year. In between these sessions, learning continues through online assignments.

This course is only available for those who have applied and been accepted to the program. For information on cost and how to apply, see the Leadership Institute website.

The Public Health Management Certificate helps public health professionals increase efficiency, effectiveness, and accountability at their workplace by developing core management functions—planning, organizing, budgeting, and analyzing performance.

See our website for more information and to register for this 12-month program.

The Northwest Public Health Leadership Institute is a nine-month program designed to build collaborative leadership skills for the next generation of leaders. Leadership Institute scholars from diverse backgrounds come together in three on-site sessions throughout the year. In between these sessions, learning continues through online assignments.

This course is only available for those who have applied and been accepted to the program. For information on cost and how to apply, see the Leadership Institute website.

The Public Health Management Certificate helps public health professionals increase efficiency, effectiveness, and accountability at their workplace by developing core management functions—planning, organizing, budgeting, and analyzing performance.

See our website for more information and to register for this 12-month program.

The Northwest Public Health Leadership Institute is a nine-month program designed to build collaborative leadership skills for the next generation of leaders. Leadership Institute scholars from diverse backgrounds come together in three on-site sessions throughout the year. In between these sessions, learning continues through online assignments.

This course is only available for those who have applied and been accepted to the program. For information on cost and how to apply, see the Leadership Institute website.

The Northwest Public Health Leadership Institute is a nine-month program designed to build collaborative leadership skills for the next generation of leaders. Leadership Institute scholars from diverse backgrounds come together in three on-site sessions throughout the year. In between these sessions, learning continues through online assignments.

This course is only available for those who have applied and been accepted to the program. For information on cost and how to apply, see the Leadership Institute website.

The Northwest Public Health and Primary Care Leadership Institute is a nine-month program designed to build collaborative leadership skills for the next generation of leaders. Leadership Institute scholars from diverse backgrounds come together in three sessions (two virtual and one in-person) throughout the year. In between these sessions, learning continues through online assignments.

This course is only available for those who have applied and been accepted to the program. For information on cost and how to apply, see the Leadership Institute website.