This is a presentation for the statewide standing order for Naloxone.
This training will emphasize the critical link between community health data and community assessment and prioritization, expose HPS to the Community Tool Box, a resource for Community Health Improvement capacity building, and introduce methods and techniques for analyzing health problems and prioritizing health problems.
This presentation explains what collective impact is, how to build backbone support, the three phases of collective impact, the strive together approach, the four pillars of drive’s theory of action, and a wealth of information about mission: graduate.
Intersectional collaboration to improve community health and equity. This presentation covers a brief summary of social determinants of health, strategies to implement health in all policies, identifying opportunities for cross-sector collaboration, and how all this connects.
This presentation gives an overview of the Southwest health promotion team vision, mission, team principles, areas of expertise, strengths, the 10 public health essential services, health lifestyle priority, behavioral health and substance abuse prevention, community capacity building, capacity developed, opportunities and plans.
This presentation explains what the overall goal of the program is, what the reportable occupational conditions are, employment demographics, then provides data on injury and death rates.
This is a slideshow that provides comprehensive training on public safety radios.
This presentation explains the occupational asthma project goals, desired outcomes, what is known to date, the approach and objectives, explains what the BRFSS is, reviews statistical data regarding asthma in New Mexico, then states conclusions.
This presentation was created by the CDC and covers a wide range of topics including what recreational water illness is, diarrheal illness, fecal contamination of recreational water, and pool operation and maintenance. It also provides a number of supporting data graphs and charts.