The information below is a portion of content quoted from President Biden's Proclamation on National Public Health Week, 2002 External Link.
"During National Public Health Week, we recommit ourselves…to improve our public health and, in so doing, improve our safety and security, our economic strength, the equity and fairness of our Nation, and our quality of life. Together, we share our appreciation to all those who safeguard the Nation’s public health through acts of service and those who seek to strengthen communities by fostering equitable opportunities for all. My Administration encourages all Americans to do their part for public health — especially by getting vaccinated and receiving a booster shot, if eligible. It takes all of us to preserve the health of our Nation, and together we are poised to make tremendous progress to build a better, stronger, and healthier America."
In support of National Public Health Week and this year’s theme “Public Health is Where You are”, Team AgLearn is highlighting the available courses below:
LinkedIn Learning Courses
- The Data Science of Healthcare, Medicine, and Public Health, with Barton Poulson
Designed for anyone with a stake in our healthcare system, this nontechnical course explores a variety of ways to apply data science to medicine and public health.
- Using Public Health Dashboards
Learn how to view and interpret dashboard metrics and visualizations and use them effectively in your own data science projects
- Avoiding Burnout
In this course learn how to recognize some of the most common causes of burnout, such as long hours, too much travel, tight deadlines, and no vacation, so that you can figure out how to prevent stress from building up and help yourself recover.
- Addiction: A Community Issue
This brief course was designed to help demystify addiction and provide employees with strategies, tools, and resources for helping themselves and others in their community.
Percipio by Skillsoft Channel:
- Percipio Channel Public Health External Link
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- National Public Health Week External Link
NPHW is encouraging everyone — public health professionals, students, elected leaders and the general public — to step in and do what they can to make our world a more equitable, safe, healthy and just place.