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- Public Health Associate Program Graduation11/17/2021 5:45:00 PMCSTLTS celebrated the recent Public Health Associate Program (PHAP) graduation with Dr. José Montero, Director of CSTLTS, who personally thanked associates in this video for completing their training program.
- Project Spotlight: White Earth Band of Ojibwe (White Earth Nation)11/16/2021 5:26:00 PMThe White Earth Band of Ojibwe successfully increased vaccination and testing using familiar cultural ways of communication to inform and encourage tribe members to follow CDC guidelines.
- CDC Celebrates Native American Heritage During the Month of November11/15/2021 5:32:00 PMCDC has a supportive role in ensuring that American Indian and Alaska Native communities receive services that keep them safe and healthy.
- Be Prepared for Hurricane Season 10/26/2021 10:46:00 AMPublic health and emergency response professionals have advice to help you safely prepare for, evacuate from, and shelter during severe storms.
- The Public Health Associate Program10/25/2021 5:17:00 PMThe Public Health Associate Program (PHAP) is a 2-year paid training program with CDC. Associates gain hands-on experience that serves as a foundation for their public health careers.
The 10 Essential Public Health Services (EPHS) describe the public health activities that all communities should undertake. On September 9, 2020, a revised EPHS framework and graphic was released. The revised EPHS is intended to bring the framework in line with current and future public health practice.