#publichealth #communityengagement #ndphtn Get an introduction to public health and community engagement. By the end of this training session, you will be able to:
– Understand the importance of community engagement in changing risky behaviors
– Understand the importance of various kinds of data and analysis in developing strategies to address risky behaviors
– Understand the role of public health in changing risky behaviors
The North Dakota Public Health Training Network (NDPHTN) provides on-demand, practice-based training for the public health workforce around the world. In the last year, over 12,000 students from 106 countries have enrolled in more than 31,000 sessions of our classes on TRAIN, the Public Health Foundation’s learning network.
Learn more about our practical, practice-based training for the public health workforce training at https://www.ndphtn.com
Dr. Terry Dwelle is the former North Dakota State Health Officer and the current President and Educational Director of North Dakota Public Health Training Network (NDPHTN). He has over 40 years of clinical and public health experience in the United States, Eastern Europe, Latin and South America, and Central and East Africa.
This curricula is approved by the National Board of Public Health Examiners for Certified Public Health Continuing Education (CPHCE) credit . To receive 1.0 CPH contact hours, you must pass the post-assessment in TRAIN at 80% with a score of 4/5.
To take this assessment, register for this class (if you haven’t already) at https://www.train.org/ND/course/1086531