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NNPHI Call for Proposals: States Without an NNPHI Member

Public health institutes (PHIs) are nonprofits that improve the public’s health by fostering innovation, leveraging resources, and building partnerships across sectors.  PHIs address current and emerging health issues by providing expertise in areas such as:  Fiscal/Administrative Management; Population-Based Health Program Delivery; Health Policy Development, Implementation, and Evaluation; Training and Technical Assistance; Research and Evaluation; Health Information Services; Health Communications and Social Marketing and Convening/Partnering. See NNPHI’s membership categories http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=0015SI1ebXXO-RVZSmvIiaseANLYc8UlAS5G72qesOyo2iEY4pdSqPdh0L6AB6byMeDw4tn2nc3u1IycjD2WXmYdkL-5deRcufgvf0sE8V1tEXxMU_8JuXgCoyc7UQQJK99I0753G9DISR8lbMthHil5YN1SHaOtvAN9jrl4ujGzjQ= for more information.

In August 2011, NNPHI embarked on a new set of projects that are designed to amplify  PHI’s roles and impact http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=0015SI1ebXXO-SrnhrPU_bp02yTFuTDwpbkLTiJPVJ3BlvpFXg-oES5gVoqZmu1qRJbkXtYc7hZmrV9zPNNtJt0Z_-tph1igJhhJNNTlDhxPSCdu59NsR6CQnUcx1BW-wlJV27oXz4U1uDLMNkIzrxk0atihptNecec5wHFmS43h8g= on public health performance, policy, and evidence, as well as strengthen NNPHI’s own infrastructure and partnerships to promote PHIs as an essential component of the “new public health system” http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=0015SI1ebXXO-QOiEaNZmS0TmqC4X7CRDM4EfILIWY9FuLCCgt4aNVYhqpMkGH7QaU4HzYaijho8OGNz74oxlz67x1P1DfeAhGvCZCxlWZTDXc-JP3H_R32aDxEbbIajR36sYnS3smBtHNXqMWvEFxRZkTbnHq4zP6PKbsis2f0XdXcmoQ-9grHoPmH9T-5l3RxQ57Xyvwymtv7FBbjpCiZNbL80W9EgDpgbFs4B4Jfg8kU1H3ELk341RHQncpcdcmWDWuyro_7eFHToOJpaf3HT4bWieLm8a7rYeSfVlc14GPtRVukwgCegguM1JK1yiFJ0X2kl-q1J-Q=“. This CFP seeks to enhance the performance of the public health system by supporting additional states with finding ways to use the PHI model to help address their pressing health challenges.  The 22 states currently without a PHI (as defined by NNPHI http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=0015SI1ebXXO-QXdcilfWHaldaR-81cQzCexj2cFB7IBs92lcNOoKzK0VPrabtcJ97lNna9QPLG7yK7v7nyaSdydXNFTNtaJW1kJxd-JhaKOt-AU-VV_RYkEcmY1TMFSB_pqE9o151erDmyhaWPtNhDEEUu8TtcyLdGtci9GTIUTBq04beROCoocxmbNP552pSy04lwks7Cl48= are eligible to apply for this opportunity (click for a map of current NNPHI Members http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=0015SI1ebXXO-R0W8rynKTFqHH7rKdl5D_8uL840QGArK4Vs-bGtH8QZbsEfqtmGMaKppKmUyPCGtq-u_N9R0m55ElVpWfMS2vD6HBXhukJzFIfbf9sYWlz68xILUoniMB3N_zZj7ugaJqjUvosD2BgDA==. This project will fund up to two states to advance efforts to establish a PHI that meets NNPHI’s definition, with an ultimate goal of improving these states’ public health systems.

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Selected states will be notified in late July.  The grant period begins August 1, 2012 and continues through March 31, 2013.

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