PUBLIC HEALTH & AGING
Introduction to Public Health
Upon completion of this training, you will be able to describe and define the purpose of and key terms used in public health; identify prominent events in the history of public health; recognize the core public health functions and services...
Introduction to Epidemiology
In Introduction to Epidemiology, you will learn to define and describe basic terminology and concepts of epidemiology and identify types of data sources, basic methods of data collection, and data interpretation.
Introduction to Public Health Surveillance
Upon completion of this training, you will be able to define and describe the goal of public health surveillance; describe the public health surveillance process...
The Community Leadership course motivates interested individuals to learn more about the various leadership styles. Upon completion of the course, you will be able to identify the four different categories of leadership styles, recognize when collaborative leadership would be most effective in a situation...
Creating Healthy Communities
In the Creating Healthy Communities, course you will learn how to define health, describe how social conditions affect health, identify how social conditions can be addressed to improve health, and explain the importance of understanding the impact of social conditions in public health practice.
Food Access and Obesity
The Food Access and Obesity course examines programs that try to ‘close the gap’ on food deserts and food insecurity and identifies how limited healthy food options contribute to obesity.
Introduction to the Opioid Crisis
Upon completion of this training, you will be able to explain impacts of the opioid epidemic; describe opioid overdose rates; identify common risk factors for opioid use disorder and opioid overdose; recognize signs and symptoms of acute opioid overdose...