Journal of Environmental Health
Volume 82, Number 10
About the Cover
Environmental public health (EPH) practitioners are faced with an increasing scope and scale of population health challenges. This issue’s cover article, “Increasing Environmental Public Health Practitioner Capacity to Address Population Health Challenges: Evaluation Results From a Workforce Development Project,” highlights an action-learning initiative that was developed to increase practitioner knowledge of commonly identified EPH issues and assets, increase collective action through dialogue and shared learning, and create an EPH state action plan. The highlighted project provides evidence that using an action-learning format could serve as a workforce development approach to help practitioners address EPH challenges.
Table of Contents
Advancement of the Science
- Restaurant Characteristics Associated With the Use of Specific Food-Cooling Methods
- Effect of Increased Cleaning on Keyboard Bioburden and Employee Absence in an Office Building
Advancement of the Practice
- Increasing Environmental Public Health Practitioner Capacity to Address Population Health Challenges: Evaluation Results From a Workforce Development Project
- Building Capacity: Building Capacity for a Remote Environmental Health Workforce
- Direct From CDC/Environmental Health Services: Risk Communication for Environmental Health Practitioners
Advancement of the Practitioner
- EH Calendar
- Resource Corner
- President's Message: Reflecting Back and Looking Forward
- Special Listing
- NEHA AEC
- NEHA News
- DirecTalk: Musings From the 10th Floor: Kapiti in the Time of a Pandemic
- GOJO Industries
- Hazel Analytics
- HealthSpace USA Inc
- Hedgerow Software US, Inc.
- Industrial Test Systems, Inc.
- Inspect2GO Environmental Health Software
- LaMotte Company
- NSF International
- Ozark River Manufacturing Co.
- Private Well Class
- QuanTem Laboratories, LLC
- Squared Software