American Lung Association in Wisconsin
The American Lung Association (ALA) is committed to saving lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease.
American Public Health Association
DHS Climate and Health
Wisconsin Climate and Health Program website, including the Climate and Extreme Weather Tool kits series for Health Professionals
Type 1 Diabetes: Caring with Confidence
an educational DVD available at no cost
Diabetes Self-care Information and Record Booklet
educational materials available at no cost
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The Wisconsin Public Health Research Network
The Wisconsin Public Health Research Network (WPHRN) links public health practitioners and researchers to answer questions and disseminate discoveries that can be applied to improve practice and population health. WPHRN promotes collaboration on research proposals and projects, and disseminates research results done in collaboration with the network. The network was formed in December 2009 with funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Currently, the network is funded by the UW Institute for Clinical and Translational Research - Community Academic Partnerships Program (ICTR-CAP) and additional research grants.
Genetics in Wisconsin
Genetics resources for public health professionals, as well as the individuals and families with whom they work. The site includes tools for use in public health practice and information about genetics continuing education opportunities.
designed to show a comprehensive list of all available public and private health-insurance plans across the nation
Health Equity (see also the WPH Health Impact Assessment (HIA) Section webpage)
Health equity webinars from the Collaborative Center for Health Equity
Webinar #1: Embedding Equity into Chronic Disease Prevention Initiatives - JULY 8, 2014
Webinar #2: The Role of Community Culture in Efforts to Create Healthier, Safer, and More Equitable Places - AUGUST 14, 2014
Webinar #3: Communicating Health Equity and Prevention - Presenters from Prevention Institute and Berkeley Media Studies Group - SEPTEMBER 12, 2014
Health Equity Webinars from the American Public Health Association
APHA members can access health equity-related tools through the Affiliate Online Community