New Resources from the NPHPSP
CDC and the NPHPSP partners are pleased to announce the availability of the new Version 2.0 performance assessment instruments. The three NPHPSP performance assessment instruments for state public health systems, local public health systems, and local governing entities are available for download in a PDF format and can also be ordered from CDC through an on-line order form or via the CDC helpdesk.
The updated tools are the result of an 18-month practice-driven revision process. As part of this process, the NPHPSP worked with subject matter experts to ensure the standards reflect contemporary public health practice. The update activities also included some streamlining and other changes to improve the user-friendliness of the tools. Click here to learn about the key changes that were implemented.
CDC and its NPHPSP partners have recently released a promotional video about the National Public Health Performance Standards Program. This video features perspectives on the importance and value of the program from a number of local, state, and federal public health partners. The video is available for viewing via this website. Limited quantities will be available for order. Contact CDC NPHPSP staff at email@example.com for more information.
The program has also recently produced documents including only the model standards for each of the three assessment instruments. Sites may want to consider sharing the abbreviated document rather than the full instrument with participants. It can be used as an education resource about key activities in public health practice. Single copies may be ordered online or downloaded here:
- State Public Health System Model Standards [PDF - 302 KB]
- Local Public Health System Model Standards [PDF - 318 KB]
- Local Public Health Governance Model Standards [PDF - 271 KB]
To request additional copies, please contact NPHPSP staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To share questions or comments about the new Version 2.0 launch or inquire about any of the upcoming events, please contact CDC NPHPSP staff at email@example.com