Environmental Public Health Tracking Fellowship Program
ASTHO's Environmental Public Health Tracking: Peer-to-Peer Fellowship Program, in partnership with CDC, offers non-funded health agencies the opportunity to conduct pilot projects on environmental health issues of importance to their communities, receive mentorship from current CDC grantees, and become familiar with CDC standards and resources for environmental public health tracking. Below are ASTHO and partner resources highlighting the program’s successes.
ASTHO Tracking Resources
Poster Overview of ASTHO's Tracking Fellowship Program
This poster provides an overview of the impact and successes of ASTHO’s Environmental Public Health Tracking Fellowship.
Fellowship Program Factsheet
This factsheet highlights achievement and success stories from ASTHO’s Environmental Public Health Tracking Fellowship.
Building Capacity, Building Community: ASTHO's EPHT Fellowship Reaches the U.S. Territories
This two-page fact sheet shares successes and lessons learned from the Program’s first reverse site-visit to a territorial health agency.
Webinar: Project Highlights from the 2017-2018 Environmental Public Health Tracking Fellowship
This video highlights projects from ASTHO's 2017-2018 Environmental Public Health Tracking Fellowship.
ASTHO Environmental Public Health Tracking Fellowship Story Map
An interactive Esri Story Map that provides an overview of the ASTHO’s Environmental Public Health Tracking Fellowship Program.
Partner Tracking Resources
Guide to Building an Environmental Public Health Tracking Network
This Tracking Program “How To Guide” helps new and experienced health professionals develop and launch a Tracking Program. It contains specific approaches, methods, and resources for capacity evaluation, program planning, and startup.
Keeping Track, Promoting Health (e-book)
Highlights of the successes and challenges of the first four years of the Tracking Program.
Keeping Track, Promoting Health (e-pamphlet)
Overview of the CDC Tracking Network accomplishments, key features, and future directions.
Environmental Public Health Tracking 101
The CDC, in cooperation NEHA, offers a free course titled, Tracking 101, which provides an overview of the major components of tracking.