The next Illinois Accreditation Peer Network (IAPN) webinar will be held October 26, 2017 from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm CST. The quarterly webinars are open to any Illinois health department interested in sharing and learning.
At the October 2017 session, the following will discussed:
- how you are integrating QI into your work including, developing staff competency with QI, public health QI examples, how QI has been formalized into your health department, lessons learned; and
- what you (the health departments) want to get out of the IAPN sessions including future topics.
Please note, your health department does not need to be interested in accreditation to participate and for it to be a meaningful learning opportunity! This is about professional development related to a topic selected by health departments.
We are happy to announce that Sophie Naji was awarded the IPHA Member Award of Merit at the 76th Illinois Public Health Association (IPHA) Annual Meeting on September 20, 2017.
This award is given to IPHA members who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and service to IPHA and public health for many years. We’ve seen you do that and more with your work at the MidAmerica Center for Public Health Practice and we couldn’t be prouder. Congratulations, Sophie!
2017 CCDPH Food Summit
Understanding the Impact of Food Insecurity/Hunger on Population Health
We are excited to announce that the 2017 CCDPH Food Summit is now open for registration. Register now to secure your spot!
View the flyer here: 2017 Food Summit- Register NOW!
September 29th & September 30th, 2017
Loyola University, Center for Translation Research and Education
2160 South 1st Avenue, Maywood, IL 60153
Friday September 29th: 1-6:45 p.m. with networking reception
Saturday September 30th: 8am-3:30pm
$50 for two days inclusive of registration, learning materials and meals
Join Cook County Department of Public Health at the 2017 Food Summit to:
- Understand the human toll of food insecurity/hunger on population health in Cook County, Illinois
- Increase understanding of the intersection between food insecurity/hunger on population health
- Connect Suburban Cook County organizations to food insecurity/hunger on population health resources
- Promote national and local successes and peer-to-peer networking
- Highlight state, local, & government initiatives that address food insecurity/hunger on population health
- Promote local action to support & advocate for initiatives that address food insecurity/hunger on population health
Registration Link & More Information:
Please contact Rani Saxena at email@example.com or 312-996-7919
This event is supported by the Cook County Department of Public Health in collaboration with Loyola University and the MidAmerica Center for Public Health Practice at UIC School of Public Health
View recorded presentations from Illinois Public Health Association’s 75th Annual Meeting held in Springfield, IL.
Theme: Public Health on the Cutting Edge
Dates: September 14-15, 2016
Promoting Health Equity in Public Health Practice: President’s Challenge to Confront Racism
Speaker: Camara Jones, PhD – APHA President
Clinical and Public Health Interventions Session:
Involving Community Groups in Park Renovations
Sandy Slater, Associate Professor – University of Illinois at Chicago
Anita Bontu – University of Illinois at Chicago
Role and Value of Public Health in Health Transformation Efforts
Speaker: John Auerbach, MBA – CDC Associate Director for Policy
As part of the Great Lakes Public Health Training Collaborative, we are happy to announce the launch of a new three part performance management training series that was created in collaboration with partners in Illinois, Michigan, and Ohio.
This series serves to increase participants’ understanding of the purpose and benefits of performance management and provide guidance for getting started with building a performance management system. The series includes three modules:
- Module 1: Introduction to Performance Management
- Module 2: Building Your Performance Management System
- Module 3: PHAB Requirements Relative to Performance Management
Designed as a self-paced, interactive, independent learning opportunity, each module consists of recorded presentations including exercises and self-check questions. Each module is 40 minutes in length; the entire course takes approximately 2 hours to complete. There is an accompanying Supplemental Resource Guide that provides an opportunity for participants to dig deeper into the content.
This training series is approved for 2.0 CHES, 2.0 CPH CEs, and 2.0 Nursing Contact Hours.
For more information, view our Performance Management Training Series flyer.
Enroll in the course here: http://tinyurl.com/pmtrainingseries