Research Driven By Local Needs
Join a dedicated group of more than 250 health department leaders and researchers who support and advance public health systems and services research that is driven by the needs and interests of health departments. We welcome public health professionals, researchers, students, and others interested in public health services and systems research, in Wisconsin and beyond. It’s free to join!
The WPHRN and University of Washington public health researchers joined together January 15 to discuss the adoption of a uniform chart of accounts by public health agencies. The Uniform Chart of Accounts Project at the University of Washington …January 22, 2019
New WPHRN Brief: Is your health department considering a survey to inform your community health assessment?
Local and tribal health departments (LTHDs) commonly use primary and secondary data to inform community health assessments. This brief serves as a starting point to assist LTHD leaders in thinking through the steps to decide if …November 29, 2018
Public Health Foundation Pulse Features Comparison of the WPHRN Priority Research Questions (PRQs) and Academic Health Department Research Agenda
A blog featured in the Public Health Foundation Pulse describes a comparison of the WPHRN PRQs and Academic Health Department Research Agenda written by Greenwood, Mrochek and Zahner. The comparison discusses areas of overlapping research …February 16, 2018
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