Training on Evidence-Based Strategies

Public health practitioners need evidence-based public health information to make decisions on how best to improve public health system performance and ultimately improve health outcomes. Many practitioners and their partners face numerous challenges to identifying appropriate evidence-based strategies (EBS) and successfully tailoring and implementing strategies in new settings.

To address these challenges, a partnership was formed to develop and deliver an Evidence-Based Public Strategies for Public Health Practice Training. This website provides information about this training as well as other available trainings and resources around EBS in North Carolina.

EBS Training Framework

EBS training framework in North Carolina

Adapted from the Putting Public Health Evidence in Action Training Curriculum (CPCRN) and Brownson et al. (2011). Evidence-Based Public Health. 2nd ed. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Support for this website is provided by the North Carolina Institute for Public Health.