May 22
2019

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Signs Bill Raising Tobacco Sales Age to 21

News Coverage and Publications

Huge Victory for Maryland Youth! Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Signs Bill Raising Tobacco Sales Age to 21   We did it! After months of hard work from the Tobacco 21 campaign and its partners, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed a bill that raises the legal age for purchasing tobacco products to GO! >

Apr 29
2019

Seven Maryland and Virginia Municipalities Receive Grants For Policy and Environmental Changes that Promote Healthy Eating and Active Living

Press Releases

For Immediate Release April 29, 2019 Seven Maryland and Virginia Municipalities Receive Grants For Policy and Environmental Changes that Promote Healthy Eating and Active Living Washington, DC – Through its Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Cities & Towns Campaign, the Institute for GO! >

Mar 21
2019

IPHI to be Featured in National Workshop on the Workforce for Population Health Improvement

Events and Webinars

IPHI to be Featured in National Workshop on the Workforce for Population Health Improvement   On March 21, 2019, the Roundtable on Population Health Improvement, part of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, will convene a one-day public workshop that will explore GO! >

Feb 25
2019

IPHI Hosts Webinar on Decreasing Life Expectancy

Events and Webinars

America’s Public Health Crisis: Declining Life Expectancy & its Systemic Causes On February 25, 2019, the Institute for Public Health Innovation hosted a webinar examining declining life expectancy trends in the U.S. In 2018 the CDC released data revealing that U.S. life expectancy GO! >

Feb 15
2019

Institute for Public Health Innovation Announces HEAL Cities & Towns Campaign Grants Program with $40,000 Available in Funding

Press Releases

For Immediate Release 15 February 2019   Institute for Public Health Innovation Announces HEAL Cities & Towns Campaign Grants Program with $40,000 Available in Funding   Washington, DC – Through its HEAL Cities & Towns Campaign, the Institute for Public Health Innovation GO! >

Feb 06
2019

IPHI Partners with Local Foundation to Complete its 2018 Community Needs Assessment

News Coverage and Publications

IPHI Partners with Local Foundation to Complete its 2018 Community Needs Assessment   IPHI partnered with the Cameron Foundation in Petersburg, VA to update its periodic Community Needs Assessment for 2018. The assessment provides a comprehensive review of demographic, socioeconomic, GO! >

Feb 04
2019

Twenty-Eight Mini-Grants Awarded to Montgomery County Public Schools to support Local School Wellness Councils

News Coverage and Publications

28 Mini-Grants Awarded to Montgomery County Public Schools to Support Local School Wellness Councils   Through the Healthy Montgomery Transforming Communities Initiative (TCI), IPHI is partnering with Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) to provide technical assistance and funding to GO! >

Jan 04
2019

Southern Maryland Partners Launch PreventionLink

News Coverage and Publications

Southern Maryland Partnership Receives Major Federal Funding to Create Integrated Regional System of Chronic Disease Prevention and Care.   The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently awarded the Prince George’s County Health Department and a broad group of partners a $12 GO! >

Dec 03
2018

IPHI Leads Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Training for Project HOPE

News Coverage and Publications

IPHI Leads Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Training for Project HOPE   On December 3-4, 2018, IPHI facilitated a 2-day workshop on equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) with state and local leaders in early childhood education in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The workshop supported Nemours GO! >

Oct 23
2018

Thirteen HEAL Cities & Towns Recognized at 2018 Virginia Municipal League Conference

Press Releases

Thirteen HEAL Cities & Towns Recognized at 2018 Virginia Municipal League Conference The City of Hampton, Virginia — On October 1st, 2018, the HEAL Cities and Towns Campaign for the Mid-Atlantic welcomed three new members and recognized the achievements of eleven Virginia cities, GO! >