Idaho State University’s Master of Public Health Workforce Training offers trainings and articles to further your education after your masters program.
“Workforce Development in public health is an attempt to improve health outcomes (i.e.healthier people) by enhancing the training, skills, and performance of public health workers.”
- The Public Health Foundation, 2016
National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention Resource Library:
Overarching list (listed trainings provided by CDC, CDC Partners, Other Federal Agencies): http://www.cdc.gov/learning/training-resources/index.html
CDCPH 101 Series Home: http://www.cdc.gov/publichealth101/index.html
CDC TRAIN provides the most comprehensive catalog of public health learning products. TRAIN is one of the most widely used learning management systems and is a free service of the Public Health Foundation. We can find specific topics by search for keyword. May need to register to CDC TRAIN to get free education.
Trainings offered by the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice (U of Washington)
Public Health Improvement Resource Center
Can search for presentation, training and web resource
An example of search result can be found below:
NIH VideoCasting and Podcasting:
NIH StrokeNet Educational Webinar (for instance professional development webinars, such as Grant Writing, How to Create a Study Budget, How to Present Your Data, and Tips for Writing your CV & NIH Biosketch):