We work with our partners and clients to develop products and tools designed to meet the needs of the public health workforce. Our goal is to build capacity with convenient, up to date, and high quality resources for the field.
The following are a sampling of free online courses and downloadable tools created by the Emory Centers - DTTAC and TTAC. Also, contact us to explore how we can create unique online courses and toolkits for your organization.
This online course featuring expert instructors provides a framework for planning and evaluating health communication activities that are grounded in the day-to-day realities of public health program work.
This self-directed, online course provides a comprehensive overview of the process for developing and implementing a state health plan for chronic disease prevention and control.
This basic guide to evaluation planning provides background information about evaluation as well as guidance on evaluation planning, writing evaluation objectives, collecting data, stages of evaluation, interpreting evaluation data, and reporting results.
This toolkit provides practical advice and tools to reduce tobacco use through pricing strategies.
A web-based toolkit created by TTAC, and funded by a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Rapid Response Grant administered by the American Nonsmokers' Rights Foundation. DSIR was designed to help health departments and others in the public health community draft and adopt regulations to implement smokefree laws.
This guide provides practical advice for ways of working in coalitions and partnerships that resolve real problems while strengthening relationships. The tools and strategies described in this document can make any collaborative undertaking more successful by approaching problems and people in ways that impart dignity and respect.
This self-guided web-based tutorial provides the information and resources necessary to understand the problems related to tobacco use and the strategies that effectively reduce tobacco use.