More than a dozen Georgia obstetric providers are already participating in the program
Dental Homes Integrate Dental, Medical and Behavioral Health Services to Facilitate More Holistic Care and Improve Health Outcomes.
If you are interested in pursuing a public health grant, make plans to participate in the “Two Georgias Initiative” Forum sponsored by the Healthcare Georgia Foundation (HGF).
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is seeking to collaborate with and learn from pioneering thinkers to help RWJF explore unconventional approaches, emerging trends, and innovative solutions that may accelerate their progress toward building a Culture of Health.
The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) has announced a new funding opportunity for local health departments (LHDs) to engage in accreditation readiness activities.
Several grant opportunities have recently been announced in the field of public health.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is pleased to announce a call for proposals to support the fourth cohort of our Future of Nursing Scholars; institutions that offer research-focused PhD programs in nursing are eligible to apply.
Want to dig into the details of Georgia’s $23 million budget for 2017? The “Georgia Budget Primer – 2017” offers charts, graphs and data sets to illustrate the state’s income sources, spending priorities and national rankings.
Georgia will receive more than $5 million in federal funding to fight Zika. The money is coming from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and will be used by the Georgia Department of Public Health to build up its testing and monitoring capabilities.
The American Public Health Association is now accepting applications for the 2017 APHA Public Health Fellowship in Government. Training for the fellowship will begin in January 2017 so you must be able to move to the Washington, D.C., area in January.