In the ever-changing, resource-limited public health environment, the use of partners found in the faculty and students of Colleges of Public Health can provide training, consulta-tion, and technical assistance needed to increase local health department (LHD) workforce capacity to meet new public health demands including national public heath accreditation. This manuscript describes the provision of the backbone support activities of facilitation, data management, and project management by University of Kentucky's College of Public Health to Kentucky's LHDs seeking national public health accreditation.
|Journal||Frontiers in Public Health|
|State||Published - Mar 9 2015|
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© 2015 Carman.
- Collective impact
- Public health
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health