NYS Prevention Agenda Training

The Prevention Agenda 2019-2024: New York State's Health Improvement Plan is the blueprint for state and local action to improve the health and well-being of New Yorkers and to promote health equity in all populations who experience disparities. It includes five Action Plans:

From 2013-2017, the Center for Public Health Continuing Education collaborated with the New York State Department of Health, the New York Academy of Medicine as well as local, state and national subject matter experts to deliver training for NYS local health departments, hospitals, and community-based organizations who worked together to develop and implement their community health improvement plans and community service plans. The training specifically focused on the Chronic Disease Action Plan of the 2013-2018 Prevention Agenda and included multi-track regional in-person conferences as well as numerous online trainings via webinars and webcasts. Training tracks included: Promoting Breastfeeding, Complete Streets, Nutrition Standards and Evidence-Based Interventions to Address Chronic Disease as well as other topics related to the NYS Prevention Agenda.

Additional training on Breastfeeding, including four modules on Supporting and Promoting Breastfeeding in Health Care Setting can be found here: www.bfgrny.org.  

Specifically, the Center was responsible for the following public health professional development and training services (choose the Services tab to see what CPHCE can offer):

  • Training Program Promotion: development of flyers, and identification of promotional website url and design and maintenance of a dedicated website which housed online training for on-demand viewing as well as related training materials and resources.
  • In-Person and Online Training Coordination and Facilitation: including securing meeting space, managing online registration through a coordinated email marketing system, room set up and AV equipment, ordering food, developing curriculum, securing subject matter experts, as well as providing on-site training support and facilitation.
  • Online Learning Production: Production and delivery of online training utilizing various formats. 
  • Securing Continuing Education Credits: Continuing Medical Education Credits, Continuing Nursing Education Contact Hours, Continuing Education Contact Hours for Certified and Master Certified Health Education Specialist as well as Certified in Public Health credits were offered for both in-person and online training. The Center also secured LCERP credits for trainings on Breastfeeding.
  • Conducting Needs Assessment and Evaluation:  including the development and implementation of post-training surveys, data analysis and report generation.