Management Library, founded in 1995, has always aimed to provide free, easy-to-access, and high-quality online information to help businesses and professionals grow. The Library focuses especially on free, online and practical information that visitors can quickly apply. Articles are typically about personal, professional and organizational development.
We help public health professionals build the core skills and strategic competencies necessary to address current and future public health challenges. Competency-based trainings are guided by state-identified needs and focus on primary strategic skills and priority health concerns in the region.
The Institute of Organization Development (IOD) is a global learning organization providing award winning online certification programs in the areas of Organization Development, Talent Management, Executive Coaching, and Leadership Development and HR Business Partner. OD is dedicated to helping those interested in advancing in the field of OD with convenient, flexible, affordable, development programs.
Healthy People 2020 has excellent resources for planning, engaging and mobilizing the community, conducting needs assessments, and evaluating progress. The Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion is currently working on HP 2030.
This a more condensed toolkit than Community Toolbox. It reviews health behavior theories and discusses a few program planning models (or "Program Models"), including PRECEDE-PROCEED, which is the most often cited planning model.
The DRC is a national center assisting in the design, development, documentation and public dissemination of user friendly information about, data findings on and datasets and codebooks for the National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH). Since its initial design in 2001, the NSCH (first fielding in 2003) has been supported and led by the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Maternal and Child Health Bureau (HRSA/MCHB).
The National Association of Local Boards of Health (NALBOH) informs, guides, and is the national voice for boards of health. In today’s public health system, the leadership role of boards of health makes them an essential link between public health services and a healthy community.
The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) helps its members—both individuals and organizations—achieve optimal performance by providing the practical tools and solutions, education, industry analyses, and strategic guidance needed to address the many challenges that exist within the US healthcare system.