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Call for Proposals: Special Supplement for Public Health Workforce Interest and Needs Survey (PH WINS) 2017

Submissions Due: December 15, 2017

The Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) and the de Beaumont Foundation are pleased to announce an open call for proposals to contribute to a special supplement in the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice focusing on the practical implications of the 2017 Public Health Workforce Interests and Needs Survey (PH WINS). PH WINS is the first nationally-representative data source of individual public health practitioners at state and local health departments. View the Call for Proposals and PH WINS 2017 Instrument for more information.

In its second fielding this year, over 40,000 state and local health department workers participated in PH WINS.

For questions please contact Kyle Bogaert, Director, Workforce Research (kbogaert@astho.org).

Available Online: Journal of Public Health Management and Practice Special 2014 PH WINS Supplement

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice Special PH WINS Supplement

ASTHO and the de Beaumont Foundation are pleased to announce a special supplement in the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice (JPHMP) focusing on the results of the Public Health Workforce Interests and Needs Survey (PH WINS). This special supplement is now available online.

To promote the translation of the data collected as part of PH WINS and to assist workforce development efforts across the country, this special supplement from JPHMP focuses exclusively on the results of PH WINS and its implications for the field. As the lead organizations ASTHO and de Beaumont wrote a manuscript providing an overview of the project that includes high level results and a manuscript addressing the methodology of the project.

Invited commentaries and peer reviewed articles examine:

  • Training needs and professional development
  • Practitioners views on academic practicums and partnerships
  • Workforce priorities and skill levels
  • Workforce perspectives on national public health trends

 

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