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The North Carolina Institute for Public Health (NCIPH) Training Website was developed to offer public health professionals and other interested persons immediate access to short, high quality trainings on a variety of public health topics.

Trainings address core public health and epidemiology competencies, as well as public health preparedness capabilities.

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HIPAA: An Overview for NC Public Health Professionals (NC Public Health HIPAA Training, Module 1)

This module is a part of a three-part Public Health HIPAA Training Series designed for those who work as HIPAA Privacy and Security Officers in North Carolina public health agencies, as well as other North Carolina public health professionals who may need an understanding of HIPAA. This module provides a summary of HIPAA's administrative simplification provisions and its implementing regulations.

Introduction to Cultural Competency and Title VI

This training discusses the issue of cultural competency and the impact on delivery of public health and healthcare services and in order to be compliant with national legislation.

Determinants of Health and Health Disparities (Introduction to Public Health in North Carolina Training Series, Module 2)

This training module is one of six trainings included in the Introduction to Public Health in North Carolina training series. This module provides an overview of the factors that influence health and health-related behavior, and addresses differences in health status known as health disparities.

Using and Disclosing Protected Health Information (PHI): A Guide for NC Public Health Professionals (NC Public Health HIPAA Training, Module 2)

The module is divided into three parts. Part 1 provides the foundational information that you need to know to understand how to apply the use and disclosure regulations in practice. Part 2 walks through each use and disclosure regulation and gives examples. Part 3 addresses HIPAA's individual right of access and explains how it relates to disclosure of PHI.

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Environmental Asthma Triggers: A Training for Public Health Professionals (Healthy Homes, 2)

This training was developed for public health professionals, to enable them to help people with asthma in eliminating or reducing the seven most common environmental exposures that can worsen asthma.

HIPAA: An Overview for NC Public Health Professionals (NC Public Health HIPAA Training, Module 1)

This module is a part of a three-part Public Health HIPAA Training Series designed for those who work as HIPAA Privacy and Security Officers in North Carolina public health agencies, as well as other North Carolina public health professionals who may need an understanding of HIPAA. This module provides a summary of HIPAA's administrative simplification provisions and its implementing regulations.

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NC Healthy Homes

Some trainings on the NCIPH Training Website are designed to be taken in a series, although they can also be taken individually. Click on the link above to see a list of the trainings in our newest series.

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Fighting for Health Equity in a Time of Fear: Our Moment of Action is Now

The UNC Minority Health Conference is the largest and longest-running student-led health conference in the country. The 38th annual conference, "Systems of Power: Recalling Our Past, Restructuring Our Future," took place on February 24, 2017 at The William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education in Chapel Hill, NC. Dr. Chandra L. Ford served as the 19th Annual William T. Small Jr. keynote speaker. This webcast recording of her presentation shares tools with which health equity researchers and advocates can respond to both challenges and opportunities in addressing racism in population health.

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