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University of Colorado

Basics of Developing Authentic Community-Based Participatory Research Partnerships: Principles and Practices

Evidence-Based Health Promotion Workshop

Emory University

Health Literacy: Is Your Message Understood?

Logic Models as a Platform for Program Evaluation

Prevention Programs That Work

University of Maryland Prevention Research Center

Conducting Focus Groups in Communities of Color

University of Michigan (through the Michigan Public Health Training Center)

Addressing Environmental Contaminants and their Effects on Human Health

Advocating for Healthy Environments and Healthy People

Beyond Numbers: Qualitative Research Methods, Application, and Analysis

Budgeting and Accounting

Conducting Useful Program Evaluations

Demystifying Data: Accessing, Interpreting, and Using Health Data

Legal Basis for Population Health

Measuring Health Disparities

Six Weeks to Genomic Awareness

Strengthening the Public Health System to Advance Genomics

Survey Design and Methodology for Public Health

University of Minnesota

Are You Sending The Right Message?: A New Vocabulary For Teen Pregnancy Prevention

Science-Based Sexuality Education in Springfield, USA—A Selling Skills Immersion Lab

Summer Institute on Adolescent Health

We’ve Been Framed! Advertising Secrets That Build Public Support For Young People

Morehouse School of Medicine

The Smoking Cessation Clinical Intervention Tutorial

University of New Mexico in collaboration with the Indian Health Service

Physical Activity Kit (PAK) Facilitator Training: Staying on the Active Path in Native Communities, A Lifespan Approach

New York University School of Medicine Health Promotion and Prevention Research Center

Community Health Worker Training Program

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the National Council on Aging

Introduction to Health Promotion Programs for Older Adults

Chronic Disease Series

A New Leaf

Nutrition and Physical Activity Self-Assessment in Child Care (NAP SACC)

Participatory Approaches to Research

Oregon Health & Science University

Native Researchers' Cancer Control Training Program

Summer Research Training Institute for American Indian and Alaska Native Health Professionals

University of Rochester

Cross-Cultural Research Competencies Curriculum from the National Center for Deaf Health Research

Deaf Strong Hospital

Rapid Assessment Procedures for the Collection of Social and Cultural Data

Saint Louis University

Evidence-Based Public Health Training

University of South Carolina

Physical Activity and Public Health Practitioner’s Course on Community Interventions

University of South Florida

Social Marketing and Public Health Conference

Social Marketing in Public Health Field School

Social Marketing in Public Health Graduate Certificate

Social Marketing in Public Health Training Workshops

Texas A&M Health Science Center

Program and Resource Development

University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Adolescent Sexual Health Summer Course

Intervention Mapping: Developing and Evaluating Theory - and Evidence-Based Programs for Health Education and Health Promotion

Systematic Review and Evidence Mapping: Strategies for Critically Assessing and Summarizing Research Findings

University of Washington

Needs Assessment: Gathering and Interpreting Data to Identify Priorities

Program to Encourage Active Rewarding Lives for Seniors (PEARLS) Training

West Virginia University
Tobacco Research Intensive Lecture Series

Yale University Yale-Griffin Hospital Research Center

A-B-E for Fitness


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