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Region V Public Health Training Center

Region V Public Health Training Center

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The Region V PHTC seeks to advance the skills of the current and future public health workforce to improve population health outcomes.
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Collective Impact - Part 1: Public Health Talks

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Communications in Public Health
In this episode, we'll hear from public health partners in Indiana about a variety of communication efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. Come hear about the different approaches and modalities that were used in governmental and academic response to communicate with the public and media. Guests: - Shandy Dearth, MPH - Principal Investigator-Contact Tracing for Marion County; Director, Center for Public Health Practice, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health - Amanda Briggs, MS - Director of Marketing, Communication and Recruitment, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health - Curt Brantingham, MA - Media/Public Information Coordinator, Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County, Marion County Public Health Department Host: Andrea Janota, MPH - Director, IUPUI ECHO Center, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
44:01
June 13, 2022
Public Health Ethics Committees
How can staff in governmental public health address ethical challenges fairly and equitably? This episode discusses the importance of an ethics committee within a local health department and provides ideas for starting one in your agency. Guests: Jeffrey Byrnes, PhD - Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Grand Valley State University Karla Black, PhD - Deputy Health Officer, Kent County Health Department, MI Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
30:14
May 31, 2022
Environmental Health and Equity Series: Air Pollution, Health, and Justice
In this episode on air pollution, environmental health, and equity, we’ll be learning about air pollution and its effect on health. We'll also gain insight into its ties with structural racism and health equity, and discuss opportunities to contribute to environmental justice. Guest: Kathryn Savoie, PhD - Detroit Community Health Director, Ecology Center Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
23:07
May 11, 2022
Financial Management in Public Health
In this episode, we'll review some of the basics of financial management in public health and we’ll also discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on funds management and budgeting. We hope this conversation will provide some guidance for managers and others involved or interested in managing funds, particularly those working in governmental public health agencies. Guest: Michele Borgialli, MPH, MSW - Director at a national public health foundation Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
19:04
March 01, 2022
Resilience Strategies for Community Health Workers
This podcast episode will explore the need for Community Health Workers (CHWs) to address mental health challenges for professional and personal wellbeing and will also explore how CHWs can incorporate resilience strategies into their own practice. CE will be available for CHWs only, via MiCHWA at https://michwa.pdx.catalog.canvaslms.com/courses/michwa-ceu-webinar-survey Guest: Porsche Fischer, MA, MS - Education & Registry Manager, Michigan Community Health Worker Alliance Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
19:05
January 12, 2022
Racism in Public Health - Part 3: How to Address Health Disparities
This episode is the final in a three-part series on racism in public health. This episode will describe actions at all levels to address health disparities rooted in systemic racism. Guest: Dr. Paul Halverson, DrPH, FACHE - Founding Dean of the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, University of Indiana Host: Dave Plough, MS - Manager of Strategic Communications and Special Projects, Indiana University Interprofessional Practice & Education Center Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
17:38
December 07, 2021
CHW Series: The Role of Community Health Workers, Part 2
In this series on Community Health Workers (CHWs), we explore the role and importance of CHWs in public health and recognize ways CHWs can be incorporated in public health practice. Part 2 of 2. Guest: Shannon Patrick, MPH - Program Director, MHP Salud Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
23:52
November 18, 2021
CHW Series: The Role of Community Health Workers, Part 1
In this series on Community Health Workers (CHWs), we explore the role and importance of CHWs in public health and recognize ways CHWs can be incorporated in public health practice. Part 1 of 2. Guest: Shannon Patrick, MPH - Program Director, MHP Salud Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
26:11
November 18, 2021
Trauma-Informed Resilience-Oriented Supervision for Public Health Professionals
This podcast episode discusses the many opportunities to implement trauma-informed resilient-oriented (TIRO) principles in staff supervision, particularly to strengthen relationships, increase staff engagement, and improve public health outcomes. Guest: Elizabeth Guroff, MA, LCMFT - Consultant for Trauma-Informed Resilience-Oriented Services, National Council for Mental Wellbeing Co-Host: Amanda Stark, MPH - Project Coordinator, National Council for Mental Wellbeing Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
27:16
November 08, 2021
Racism in Public Health - Part 2: Racism in Healthcare
This episode is the second in a three-part series on racism in public health. This episode will provide a brief overview on systemic racism in healthcare and its impact on health disparities. Guest: Antoniette Holt, MPH - Division Director of the Office of Minority Health, Indiana Department of Health Host: Dave Plough, MS - Manager of Strategic Communications and Special Projects, Indiana University Interprofessional Practice & Education Center Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
14:55
September 27, 2021
Racism in Public Health - Part 1: Root Causes
This episode is the first in a three-part series on racism in public health. This episode will provide a brief overview on the root causes of systemic racism and its impact on health. Guest: Dr. Virginia Caine, MD - Health Officer, Marion County Public Health Department Host: Dave Plough, MS - Manager of Strategic Communications and Special Projects, Indiana University Interprofessional Practice & Education Center Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
16:29
September 27, 2021
Developing a Firm Foundation for Your Leadership Journey
This episode features an interview which Ken Zakariasen talks about leadership qualities which must be developed before taking on change management initiatives. Guests: Seth Neeley, Ken Zakariasen Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
23:35
August 02, 2021
Collective Impact - Part 2: Public Health Talks
This episode is the second of a two-part series exploring Collective Impact, a form of structured community organizing that aims to amplify individual impact. Guests: Austin Ozloc, Whitney Gherman, Bill Harper Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
49:57
July 05, 2021
Collective Impact - Part 1: Public Health Talks
This episode is the first of a two-part series exploring Collective Impact, a form of structured community organizing that aims to amplify individual impact. Guests: Austin Oslock, Dan Duncan, Glennon Sweeney Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
34:49
July 05, 2021
Cross-Sector Leadership & Health Equity
This panel discusses collective impact as a framework for guiding cross-sector partnership. Panel Guests: Laura Power, Tashia Carter, Megan Albertson, Dan Duncan, Phoebe Kulik Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
01:01:49
June 28, 2021
Public Health Workforce Resilience #2
This podcast is the second in a two-part series on public health workforce resilience. This episode will evidence behind the science of happiness, also known as the happiness advantage. Guests: Ron Chapman, MSW - CEO, Leading Public Health Natalie Gallagher, MA - Owner, Natalie Coaches Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
41:55
April 30, 2021
Public Health Workforce Resilience #1
This podcast is the first in a two-part series on public health workforce resilience. This episode will present the anti-fragility framework. Guests: Ron Chapman, MSW - CEO, Leading Public Health Natalie Gallagher, MA - Owner, Natalie Coaches Dr. Mike Underwood, PhD - Branch Chief of School-based Surveillance, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
43:34
April 30, 2021
Effective COVID-19 Vaccine Communication #1
This podcast is the first in a two-part series on effective COVID-19 vaccine communication. This episode will present interpersonal communication strategies to address vaccine hesitancy. Guest: Dr. Katharine Head, PhD - Associate Professor, Department of Communication Studies, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
34:36
April 06, 2021
Effective COVID-19 Vaccine Communication #2
This podcast is the second in a two-part series on effective COVID-19 vaccine communication. This episode will present community-level strategies for equitable vaccine communication. Guest: Ashlee Weaver, BS - Community Impact Basics Needs Director, United Way of Central Indiana Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
40:32
April 06, 2021
Policy Surveillance and Legal Epidemiology: Tools for Public Health Advocacy
This episode features Lindsay Cloud, JD, Director of the Policy Surveillance Program at the Center for Public Health Law Research at Temple University Beasley School of Law. Learn about available tools and resources to support public health professionals and agencies in policy and advocacy work. Have you listened to an episode? Share your feedback with this evaluation and you will receive a promo code for free CE (1.0 contact hour) once you submit your feedback!
26:38
March 23, 2020