Part of The Public Health Learning Network

Region V Public Health Training Center is one of ten regional training centers that falls under the Public Health Learning Network

The Public Health Learning Network

The Public Health Learning Network (PHLN) is an active consortium of public health educators, practitioners, and thought leaders and the National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training (NCCPHT).  The Public Health Learning Network works in partnership with the ten Regional Public Health Training Centers to advance public health practice and improve population health in the United States. Together, they make up the nation’s most comprehensive source of public health training and support.

 

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Regional Public Health Training Centers

10 Training Centers

Ten training centers bring decades of experience to the leadership, management, scientific, and technical competencies of the public health workforce. Together with the National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training they create the Public Health Learning Network (PHLN).

Infographic displaying 2017-2018 PHLN network information

The Public Health Learning Navigator

 

The Learning Navigator is a streamlined and selective online tool to connect public health professionals with engaging and interactive learning experiences.

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PHLN Training Impact

As part of the Public Health Learning Network (PHLN), the Region V Public Health Training Center is one of ten regional Public Health Training Centers working to strengthen the public health workforce through education and training. Collectively, these trainings have a significant impact on the public health workforce and each Training Center strives to communicate relevant information to the workforce.

Infographic with data from National PHTC Trainings