Webinars by topic, from the Center for Public Health Practice - Minnesota Dept. of Health

Webinars by topic, from the Center for Public Health Practice

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  • Data resources 101: This webinar acquaints local public health with some of the data resources available on the MDH website, and connects local public health with staff at MDH who can provide assistance with data. June 2018.
  • Writing meaningful goals and SMART objectives: This webinar can help you write goals and objectives for any internal or external plan. July 2022.
  • Quality improvement plans: A how-to guide: What is a QI plan? Why is it important? Learn the answer to these questions and more from this presentation. December 2013.
  • Pivoting to the Future: Opportunity, complexity, and working together (2:08:10) This virtual event took place in lieu of the Community Health Conference. Participants discussed caring for and pacing ourselves during this time of recovery; understanding the importance of shared work; tools for thinking about the future; and how to navigate the changes ahead. September 2021.
  • Public Health Wheel: Intervention update (30:29): Presenters review new and unchanged content in Public health interventions: Applications for nursing practice, 2nd ed. ("The Wheel Manual"). You also can apply Wheel interventions to considering how PHNs respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. November 2020.
  • Approaches to vaccine hesitancy: This webinar describes the nature of vaccine hesitancy, discusses the approaches you can use to address vaccine hesitancy, and reviews reliable resources. September 2017.
  • Ethics and decision-making in public health: Public health ethics is an evolving practice, and is also contained in the Public Health Accreditation Board Standards and Measures. This introduction to public health ethics is suitable for an ethics committee or an entire public health department.  This webinar covers material from a public health ethics training hosted by Dakota County Public Health and presented by an epidemiologist and public health ethicist. June 2016.
  • Records retention series: These webinars are part of a series for local public health staff to become familiar with the basics of records management, retention schedules, and proper destruction of records:
    1. Records and Information Management (17:35)
    2. Records Retention Schedule (18:20)
    3. Preserving and Disposing of Government Records (19:57)
    4. Essential Records (18:30)
    June 2015.

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