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Welcome to KPHC
Welcome to the Kansas Public Health Collaborative

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Our purpose is to expand collaboration, communication and capacity development for state and local health departments and their workforce.

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Welcome To The
Kansas Public Health Collaborative

Our purpose is to expand collaboration,
communication and capacity development
for state and local health departments and their workforce.

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Materials and resources are added weekly!

Updated Competency Assessment Tools Available

Following the release of the 2021 Core Competencies for Public Health Professionals (Core Competencies), the competency assessment tools provided by the Council on Linkages Between Academia and Public Health Practice have been updated to reflect this newest version of the Core Competencies.

2022 County Health Rankings - Kansas

New rankings show healthiest and least healthy counites in Kansas. The Kansas Health Institute has produced individual county profiles that include a five-year comparison of the measures with the greatest impact on the rankings in each county.

Communicating Through COVID-19 and Beyond: Impact and Insights from the Field of Public Health

Crowdsourced from over 600 public health communicators across 51 states and territories, this resource highlights the immense impact of public health communicators in 2020 and offers a powerful wealth of insights for protecting public health through COVID-19 and beyond.

Rising Stress and Burnout in Public Health Results of a National Survey of the Public Health Workforce

Two years of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic have contributed to increased stress and burnout, as well as post-traumatic stress symptoms, according to the Public Health Workforce Interests and Needs Survey (PH WINS), conducted between September 2021 and January 2022.

PHAB Standards & Measures Version 2022

Version 2022 PHAB Standards & Measures is now final and serves as the official guidance for PHAB national public health department accreditation.

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