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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. Various types of continuing education credit are offered for trainings. In addition, all trainings on this site address one or more required domains for CPH professionals and may be counted towards CPH continuing education.

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HIPAA: An Overview

This training provides public health professionals with a summary of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

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.

Descriptive Epidemiology (E is for Epi, Session 3.1)

This training provides the learner with a basic understanding of descriptive epidemiology, focusing on prevalence and incidence and touching on the major aspects of descriptive epidemiology, which are person, place and time.

This module is part of the "E is for Epidemiology" training series developed to introduce non-epidemiologists to the basic concepts of epidemiology.

Medical Countermeasures (Basics of Public Health Preparedness, Module 4)

This module provides a definition of medical countermeasure management (MCM) including a list of triggers for their use, a description of the strategic national stockpile, a discussion of distribution/dispensing and planning for the use of MCM.

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Defining Evidence

This module provides an overview of evidence-based practice and describes the different categories of evidence-based approaches.

Roles and Responsibilities of Local Public Health Governing Boards in North Carolina

This training module, which is made up of three sections, provides an introduction to the key roles and responsibilities that local boards of health are charged with as the "the policy-making, rule-making and adjudicatory body for a county health department."

The first section of the module provides an overview of the milestones in public health and the current challenges facing public health; finally, it discusses the relationship between the work of local boards of health and the core functions and ten essential services of public health.

The second section focuses on the legal responsibilities and authority of public health in North Carolina and reviews the roles and responsibilities of local health departments, health directors and boards of health as defined by public health law.

The third section will provide a better understanding the role of a member of a board of health, the challenges of governance and how to govern more effectively.

The recommended prerequisite for all new public health governing board members is Introduction to Public Health in North Carolina. For additional training and supplemental learning, please visit the Boards of Health Training Offerings website.

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NC Public Health Law

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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Advocacy for Public Health: Crafting Richer Messages in a Turbulent Political Climate

NCIPH hosted a discussion with national public health leaders about advocacy for public health. The session discussed how to use the intuitive moral values of the Moral Foundations Theory to craft richer stories to appeal to broader audiences and provided alternative framing strategies for public health practitioners to expand advocacy vocabulary.

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