Indiana’s trailblazing Governor’s Public Health Commission, convened 2021-2022, left our state with stark realizations about our public health system, along with actionable recommendations. The Indiana Public Health Association (IPHA) is taking the initiative to invest in students early in their public health careers through our Student Advisory Group, drawing more students into the field and equipping them to be successful when they enter the workforce.
The RVPHTC – a community of public health practice and practitioners: Assessing the past four years and plans for the future
While Public Health training centers will continue to play a critical role in training the public health workforce…we must find ways to engage, recruit, and retain this workforce, as well as train them.
A public health workforce that is representative of the population it serves is better equipped to address the unique needs of their community.
There is a growing evidence base that supports art as an effective way to directly improve health. In particular, art has been especially valuable in the areas of collective trauma, racism, social isolation, mental illness, and chronic illness.
The fall of Roe will sow further division in the nation’s fragmented healthcare landscape and worsen health disparities… however, recent developments in medicine and technology may keep safe abortions within reach and spur innovative methods for overcoming abortion restrictions.