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May 08
2018

Regional Update on CHW Workforce Development and Certification

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CHW Certification and Workforce Development – Spring 2018 Update  Maryland Great news concerning CHW certification comes out of Maryland! Together with chapters of the Maryland CHW Network and other partners, IPHI was highly involved in the CHW certification legislation introduced during GO! >

Apr 24
2018

IPHI Receives Capacity Building Grant from the Healthcare Initiative Foundation

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IPHI is one of 15 recipients of the Healthcare Initiative Foundations FY18 Capacity Building Grants. The award of $25,000 will support the implementation of Local School Wellness Councils (LSWCs) in public schools in Montgomery County, Maryland. IPHI is currently working with Montgomery County GO! >

Apr 10
2018

Gaithersburg Elementary School Showcases Wellness

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Gaithersburg Elementary School Showcases Wellness in Montgomery County On April 10th, the Healthy Montgomery Transforming Communities Initiative (TCI) partners from IPHI, Trinity Health, Holy Cross Health and the Eat Well Be Active Partnership visited Gaithersburg Elementary School (GES), one GO! >

Feb 02
2018

The Health Collaborative of the Dan River Region Receives National Recognition through Healthiest Cities & Counties Challenge

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The Health Collaborative of the Dan River Region Receives National Recognition through the Healthiest Cities & Counties Challenge The Institute for Public Health Innovation has been working in partnership with The Health Collaborative of the Dan River Region, VA to support community health GO! >

Oct 24
2017

The Institute for Public Health Innovation Releases the State of Maryland’s First Food Charter

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For Immediate Release:  October 24, 2017 Contact:   Evelyn Kelly, 202-407-7086 ekelly@institutephi.org The Institute for Public Health Innovation Releases the State of Maryland’s First Food Charter Washington, D.C. –  The Institute for Public Health Innovation (IPHI) releases the “Maryland Food GO! >

Oct 12
2017

At summit, a collaborative view on region’s health

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Traci Petty attended the Third Annual Health Collaborative Summit on Thursday to find out more strategies to make a difference in the community. She was among the more than 100 people who turned out for the summit. As director of community impact and operations for the United Way of GO! >

Sep 27
2017

IPHI Partnering with VCU for NIH Funded Grant on Children with Asthma

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IPHI Partnering with VCU for NIH-Funded Grant on Children with Asthma The Institute for Public Health Innovation (IPHI) in partnership with Virginia Commonwealth University has received a NIH-Funded Research Grant to implement Child Asthma Intervention in Richmond, VA. IPHI is partnering with GO! >

Jul 27
2017

Baltimore Mayor Pugh Hosts Maryland Delegates for Baltimore Food Systems Tour with Institute for Public Health Innovation

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On June 24, 2017 Baltimore Mayor Pugh issued a Media Advisory announcing her participation at the Institute for Public Health Innovation’s Baltimore Food Systems Tour for Maryland Delegates. “BALTIMORE, Md.  — Mayor Pugh, the Baltimore Food Policy Initiative and the Institute for GO! >

Aug 01
2017

Dan River Region Health Equity Report Released

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Dan River Region Health Equity Report   The Institute for Public Health Innovation has worked in partnership with The Health Collaborative, Centra, Sovah Health – Danville, and Danville Regional Foundation to publish the Dan River Region’s first Health Equity Report.  Over the GO! >

Feb 23
2017

Virginia Governor Signs Harm Reduction and Syringe Access Bills into Law

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On February 23, 2017 Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed a set of bills that aim to stem Virginia’s growing opioid epidemic. One of the bills signed into law, HB2317, allows local departments of health to administer harm reduction and syringe access programs in parts of the state with very high rates GO! >