DHPE HAS CLOSED OPERATIONS

Dear DHPE Members, Partners and Supporters,

 

It is will great sadness to announce that the Directors of Health Promotion and Education (DHPE) have finally closed our doors after being in operation for 72 years. The Association of State and Territorial Directors of Health Promotion and Public Health Education (ASTDHPPHE) dba the Directors of Health Promotion and Education (DHPE) is dissolving. As with many non-profits in recent years, DHPE has been challenged to do more with less.  

On behalf of the Board of Directors of DHPE, I want to thank all of you who have contributed to the success of DHPE over its 72-year history.  We have accomplished so much toward our shared mission of strengthening public health capacity in policy and in systems change to improve the health of all and achieve health equity. 

Although DHPE is dissolving, the programs that we collectively have worked hard to establish and maintain will be continuing under new leadership. The assets of these programs have been given to the excellent caretakers, which are highlighted below.

Again, thank you for all your hard work and support of all our programs, and we hope you will utilize some of these resources as your agency pursues future policy, systems and environmental change approaches to improve the health of our communities and the Nation!

The Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE), a nonprofit organization with our shared goals and vision, will maintain the balance of DHPE programs, that are NOT designated below, on their website. We want all of our former members and partners to reach out to SOPHE as an organizational home and/or resource for future professional development. They will be offering special membership pricing for former members of DHPE. SOPHE can be reached at: https://www.sophe.org/

Should you have a need to contact DHPE, we will have email access for a few more months at: info@dhpe.org or dsammons-hackett@dhpe.org

 

DHPE Programs and New Homes:

Systems Change for Health

Starting January 1, 2018, Carolyn Crump, PhD and James Emery, MPH - the curriculum developers for Systems Change for Health (SCH) - will be administrating and operating the program. You may view the courses at the new website: 

http://SystemsChangeForHealth.web.unc.edu 

You can learn more about the authors at: http://UNCHealthySolutions.web.unc.edu . Thank you for your continued support of and/or interest in the Systems Change for Health (SCH) training program!

Minority Internship and Fellowship Program

The Association of State Public Health Nutritionists (ASPHN) is operating the Health Equity Internship Program starting in January 2017. Please send your emails and inquiries to ASPHN Executive Director Karen Probert at internship@asphn.orgThank you for your interest in the Health Equity Internship Program!

Lupus Health Education Program

The purpose of the DHPE Lupus Health Education Program entitled LEAP is to reduce lupus related health disparities among racial and ethnic minority populations disproportionately affected by this disease by conducting a national lupus education initiative. The caretaker agreement is still under development.

National Implementation and Dissemination for Chronic Disease Prevention Initiative

The CDC-funded National Implementation and Dissemination for Chronic Disease Prevention Initiative, also referred to as Partnering4Health has come to an end. DHPE would like to thank each of you for your participation and support of the project over the past three years. Several resources have been created as a part of Partnering4Health and these resources are available to you and your affiliates to be utilized in the future. Learn more below:

  • The Partnering4Health white paper has been released.  The white paper includes both a summary documentas well as pull-outs for each focus area of physical activity, nutrition, smoke-free environments and community clinical linkages. 
  • The Partnering4Health microsite hosts the white paper as well as additional resources from the national project. The site is hosted by the Society of Public Health Education (SOPHE) at http://partnering4health.org
  • DHPE created an online sustainability course, featuring several community partners.  The course also has an accompanying toolkit created by SOPHE.
  • A  final video integrates interviews with national partners, including American Health Association, American Planning Association, and the National WIC Association, from the Denver meeting. 
SPH Registration - Courses 1-2, CDC (CDC-D1-14-0729) & (CDC-D2-14-0731)
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7/29/2014 to 8/1/2014
When: July 29 - August 1, 2014
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Where: Chamblee Campus
4770 Buford Hwy, NE
Bldg. 107, Room 1B
Atlanta, Georgia  30341
United States
Contact: Trevia Brooks
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Registration and check in will start at 8:00 AM.

Visit Shaping Policy for Health™ Assessing and Framing the Policy Problem and Shaping Policy for Health™ Using Policy Analysis Tools for descriptions of these courses.

NOTE: Training will be held in Bldg. 107, Room 1B on Tuesday, July 29
           Training will be held in Bldg. 106, Room 1B on Wednesday, July 30

Assessing and Framing the Policy Problem

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, NCCDPHP

4770 Buford Hwy, NE, Building 107

Atlanta, GA: July 29-30, 2014

Provided by: Directors of Health Promotion and Education

Agenda

 

 

Day 1

Time

Activity

8:30

 

Opening

Introductory activities

Background

Changing policies, environments and systems

• Competency curricula

9:20

 

What is a “Problem”?

Social construction of problems

9:35

 

Case Example

Orientation to case example

10:00

(15 min)

BREAK

10:15

 

Learning about the Problem (Part 1)

Evidence and data

10:35

 

Learning about the Problem (Part 2)

• Identifying stakeholders and their values

11:30

(75 min)

LUNCH

12:45

 

Learning about the Problem (Part 3)

Social determinants of health

2:00

(15 min)

BREAK

2:15

 

Put it Together

Systems thinking

2:45

 

Define the Problem (Part 1)

Setting a boundary

3:45

 

Closing

Review

Feedback

4:00

End Day 1

 

DAY 2

 

Day 2

Time

Activity

8:30

 

Opening

Review from Day 1

Review agenda and materials for Day 2

9:30

 

Define the Problem (Part 2)

Solutions (built environments)

10:00

(15 min)

BREAK

10:15

 

Define the Problem (Part 2 – continued)

• Solutions (policies)

11:00

 

Define the Problem (Part 3)

Impact and feasibility

11:30

(75 min)

LUNCH

12:45

 

State “What’s Wrong” (Part 4)

Developing a 1-sentence description

1:05

 

Define the Problem (Part 4)

Building the 3-part problem definition

2:05

(15 min)

BREAK

2:20

 

Communicating the Problem (Part 1)

Framing 101

3:05

 

Communicating the Problem (Part 2)

Framing the problem

3:45

 

Closing

Review

• Feedback

4:00

End Day 2



Using Policy Analysis Tools

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, NCCDPHP

4770 Buford Hwy, NE, Building 107

Atlanta, GA: July 31 – August 1, 2014

Provided by:  Directors of Health Promotion and Education

 

 

 

Day 1

Time

Activity

8:30

(40 min)

Opening

Welcome and introductory activities

• Review agenda and materials

9:10

(20 min)

Background and context

Changing policies, environments and systems

• Competency curricula

9:30

(30 min)

What is policy analysis?

Public health is political

10:00

(15 min)

BREAK

10:15

(30 min)

What is policy analysis? (continued)

• Political context for solutions to problems

• Definition, models, and tools

10:45

(45 min)

Values

• Conflicting values in America

• Four key values

• Articulating your values

11:30

(75 min)

LUNCH

12:45

(120 min)

Policy process

Introduction to policy process and policy agendas

• Timing and windows of opportunity

· Application to current issues on the job

2:45

(15 min)

BREAK

3:00

(60 min)

Stakeholders

Role-play using case information

• Using a stakeholder log to record issue-position and power

4:00

(15 min)

Closing

Review

Feedback

4:15

END

 

 

DAY 2

 

 

Day 2

Time

Activity

8:30

(60 min)

Opening

Review from Day 1

Review agenda and materials for Day 2

9:30

(10 min)

Possible solutions

Generate list of solutions and select for analysis

9:40

(50 min)

Policy Analysis (Part 1. Stakeholder Power Analysis)

Introduction to using Stakeholder Analysis Matrix

10:30

(15 min)

BREAK

10:45

(50 min)

Policy Analysis (Part 2. Impact Analysis)

• Introduction to decision criteria

· Orientation to impact analysis matrix, goal weights, and impact categories

11:35

(75 min)

LUNCH

12:50

(75 min)

Policy Analysis (Part 2. Impact Analysis) - continued

Recording impact data

• Overview of economic analysis methods

2:05

(15 min)

BREAK

2:20

(30 min)

Making the decision

• Summarizing results and making decisions

Interpreting the results

2:50

(45 min)

Policy brief

• Outlining a policy brief

• Critically review sample policy briefs

3:35

(25 min)

Closing

Review

• Feedback

4:00

END

 



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