Resources

Resources

  • Great Lakes Public Health Training Collaborative Environmental Health Guide
    The environment we live in is constantly affecting our health. Environmental Health is committed to safeguarding the health of populations that are particularly vulnerable to certain environmental hazards. Environmental Health is targeted towards preventing disease and creating health supportive environments. Healthy People 2020 focuses on six themes of environmental health that include outdoor air quality, surface and ground water quality, toxic substances and hazardous wastes, home and communities, infrastructure and surveillance, and global environmental health. Maintaining a healthy environment is important in increasing the quality and years of a healthy life.

    The Region V GLPHTC has gathered a list of existing resources available on the content area of Environmental Public Health. This list will be revised on a continual basis to provide the most recent national resources. For an accessible version of the document below, please contact the Great Lakes Public Health Initiative

    Environmental Public Health Inquiry

  • Vanderburgh County Health Department Success Story | September 22, 2016
    The Vanderburgh County Health Department’s Switch2Health coalition was selected as Indiana’s population health success story by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Region V Great Lakes Public Health Training Collaborative (PHTC). Switch2Health demonstrated excellence by significantly increasing vaccination rates through the integration of public health and primary care. Using the Institute of Medicine’s framework for improving population health, their work on community collaboration, shared use of data, aligned leadership, and sustained systems integration has been a great success in Indiana!
  • Great Lakes Public Health Training Collaborative Success Story | June 29, 2016
    A population health success story from the Vanderburgh County (IN) Public Health Department.
  • Climate Change Presentation for Earth Hour 2016 | March 19, 2016
    Stephen Jay, MD, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health Professor Emeritus, describes the most pressing public health threat of our time: climate change. He provides concrete recommendations for how we can slow the progression of disease, soil erosion, rising sea levels and heat indexes, and associated costs.
  • Impact Of Climate Change On Public Health In Indiana | April 21, 2015
    A panel discussion on the "Impact of Climate Change on Public Health in Indiana" with Gabriel Filippelli, PhD, of the Department of Earth Science, Center for Urban Health, Indra Frank, MD, MPH, of the Hoosier Environmental Council, and Jim Poyser of Earth Charter Indiana.
  • HIV: Early Issues And Protections | April 10, 2015
    A panel of experts from Indiana University, including representatives from the School of Nursing, the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI, the School of Public Health-Bloomington/Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention, the School of Medicine, the McKinney School of Law, and the Center for Bioethics, as well as experts from Covering Kids & Families of Indiana, discuss Indiana's emergency response to HIV outbreaks.
  • Public Health Return On Investment Saves Lives And Money | April 2, 2013
    The 2013 Indiana Joint Public Health Week Conference discussion on how investing in public health saves lives and money.
  • Mosquitoes, Pathogens, And Human Populations: Global Health Research From The Laboratory To The Real World | December 1, 2012
    A presentation highlighting how mosquitoes that carry pathogens affect human health.