Help shape the future of the public health workforce by getting involved with the National Consortium. We’re seeking the input of government public health leaders, training providers, federal agencies, policymakers, foundations, and other public health advocates.
“I joined the National Consortium because I am supportive of strengthening our nation's public health workforce. COVID-19 has taken a severe toll on our public health workforce, so it's even more important than ever that we come together on this important topic.”
“To address workforce issues, we need to work together. The National Consortium is serving to bring together representatives from a range of organizations and agencies committed to addressing the needs of the public health workforce.”
“I hope the National Consortium will mobilize practitioners and policy makers to support and invest in workforce development across staff/levels in governmental public health agencies.”
Track the Path Forward
The National Consortium is documenting its progress in order to
- Establish evidence for reasoned recommendations for national policy, practice, and resource flows;
- Demonstrate how coordinated action increases impact;
- Encourage learning;
- Invite input; and
- Acknowledge the contributions of those who are giving their time, talents, and expertise to achieve our collective mission.
Make Decisions Based on Evidence
The public health community has worked to advance health equity for a long time, allowing us to benefit from existing research and knowledge — and contribute our own.
Use the resources we’ve gathered and let us know about others you’ve created or found that will be useful to advance our vision and mission.
Adapting and Aligning Public Health Strategic Skills
Summary: In response to new challenges and changing priorities, the de Beaumont Foundation updated the first set of Strategic Skills, which were originally published in …Read More