• Western Region Public Health Training Center

    More than 97,000 public health professionals have taken free courses through the Western Region Public Health Training Center since 2015, with a focus on the top public health issues today: childhood obesity, the opioid epidemic, and mental health.

  • NNPHI has launched the Public Health Learning Navigator: a curated, guided, and individualized experience to help public health learners navigate to high-quality training, tools, and resources they need to support community and population health. This tool helps ensure learners have access to trainings that have been reviewed for quality, relevancy, and accessibility. 

  • Master the policy process with Arizona Common Ground (AZCG), as Krista gives a behind the scenes glimpse of the state legislative system to familiarize current and future public health workforce on how health bills can become laws.

  • The Request To Speak program (RTS) is a tool that enables community members to register opinions on bills listed on agenda and to request to speak on a bill in a committee. This system replaced the former paper system that required community members to physically come to the capitol to sign in to speak or register an opinion. The RTS program, after an initial set-up at a kiosk, allows citizens to participate from their computers.