Find a specific training by topic or explore trainings that are offered for public health professionals across Oregon.
OHSU - PSU School of Public Health
OHSU Community Research Hub
The OCTRI Community Research Hub, via partners with the Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network (CPCRN), offers a full day training on evidence-based approaches once a year. Goals of the training include general capacity building for implementing evidence-based approaches, demonstrating how evidence-based approaches can save time and money, and helping community leaders determine and evaluate whether their programs are effective. All of these goals and the use of the curricula and resources may communicate efficacy to funders, which in turn may affect the receipt and maintenance of funding support
Northwest Center for Public Health Practice (NWCPHP)
The Evolving Role of a COVID-19 Community Advisory Group
This one-hour webinar, which is part of the Hot Topics series, reviews a unique community partnership for addressing the COVID-19 response.
- Consider the benefits and challenges of forming and working with a public-private-community leadership group in a rapidly evolving public health crisis.
- Identify practical mechanisms to maximize timely two-way information sharing and feedback with community partners.
- Review strategies for centering equity and those at higher risk of experiencing the serious health and economic impacts of a pandemic.
OSU College of Public Health and Human Services
The BBB Instructor training course is a two-day training delivered by a team of OSU researchers and BBB Master Trainers. Learn the latest research and information about exercise programming to promote skeletal health, reduce the risks for falls, and support adults to improve overall health and well-being.
Children living in food-insecure households are at higher risk for developmental and academic problems, frequent illness and nutritional inadequacies. Learn the indicators and impacts of childhood hunger in order to identify patients at risk and provide the necessary information to families.
Childhood Food Insecurity is a free, one-hour, online (access anytime) course developed in partnership with the Childhood Hunger Initiative of Oregon covering various topics associated with child health and wellness.
Self-regulation is a necessary skill for children that aids their development and success in school and life. This expertly-designed course gives you the training needed to implement evidence-based self-regulation activities in early childhood (commonly considered up to 8 years old) learning settings.
Six-hour, online, self-paced course.
The Roots of Resilience program supports early childhood teachers and child care providers to promote resilience with children impacted by trauma. This six-module interactive online course includes activities, readings, videos, case studies, and reflections.
Six-module (approx six weeks), interactive, online course.
This innovative course equips individuals to think big picture about improving the region’s health - by considering each community member’s unique health, cultural and social needs.
In essence, the Community Health Worker program:
- Prepares individuals to work as an entry-level Community Health Worker (CHW)
- Equips health care staff serving in other roles with a community health perspective
- Addresses all competencies required for approval as a CHW training program in Oregon
This program is offered in an flexible hybrid format. Students complete a series of online learning modules (58.5 contact hours), 2 live virtual sessions (4 contact hours), and attend 3 on-site classes (22.5 contact hours).