Past Webinar

Webinar | October 27th, 2022

Conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment Using a Racial Justice & Health Equity Lens

This webinar provides an overview of what a community health needs assessment (CHNA) can look like from the perspective of a governmental public health practitioner. We outline the “what,” “why,” “who,” and “how” of a CHNA, including barriers and lessons learned to prepare attendees to participate in or lead their own CHNA in a strengths-based manner.

Webinar | April 28th, 2021

Marketing BUSPH During a Pandemic

The enormous attention that the field of public health has received in the past year has affected consumer behavior, decision making and communication. Eventually, messaging, marketing channels and program choices were affected, and operations -critical to the school's success- needed a timely and thoughtful transformation.

Webinar | January 5th, 2021

Alcohol Policy and COVID-19

This webinar reviews what we know about changes in alcohol consumption since the beginning of the pandemic, as well as the changes in policies governing alcohol availability. It then reviews the policy issues associated with both alcohol marketing data and physical availability of alcohol.

Webinar | November 5th, 2020

Well-Being During Quarantine

There are so many reasons why day-to-day living is much more challenging than usual right now.  In this session, Ilana explores practical, realistic ways to take care of yourself and prioritize well-being during this time of unknowns and instability.

Webinar | October 2nd, 2020

A Harm Reduction Approach to Writing

This webinar starts with the premise that all writing is flawed, and that we can use harm reduction strategies to make the process of revising our own work or giving feedback to others humane, pragmatic, incremental, and less overwhelming.

Webinar | October 29th, 2019

Implementing Lean Strategies in Healthcare Organizations

Healthcare organizations are constantly looking for ways to improve efficiency and manage rising costs, while still delivering the best quality of care and a great patient experience. Lean management is a quality improvement process designed for reducing waste and variation.

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