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Meet HIPHI's amazing volunteers

Jaime Wong and Charisse Yuen are former interns who returned to HIPHI as volunteers to help with an ongoing community assessment project. Both former interns volunteered their time and talents during their summer holidays to collect survey responses,…
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HIPHI internship program helps build Hawaii's public health workforce

With Hawaii’s public health workforce projected to decrease by one-third*, all public health organizations have to be committed to training a new generation of public health workers. HIPHI is committed to this and will continue mentoring students…

Intern Profile: Alexis Cortez HIPHI's Advocacy Intern

Alexis Cortes is a recent graduate of Hawai‘i Pacific University's (HPU) Public Health bachelor's program and has been with HIPHI's internship program since the beginning of the 2019 legislative session. She met HIPHI's Statewide Youth…

Hawai‘i Public Health Training Hui continues to grow!

The Hawai‘i Public Health Training Hui (Hui), coordinated by Hawai‘i Public Health Institute, continues to provide valuable workshops that are accessible and impactful. With one of our Hui coordinated workshops, Social Workers, Registered…

Reserve your spot now: Community Health Worker Conference 2019

Calling all Community Health Workers! We hope you can join us at the 2019 Hawai‘i Community Health Worker Leadership Conference titled Pupukahi I Holomua: For and About Community Health Workers. Space is quickly filling up so reserve your…
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National Public Health Week: Windward Zero Waste School Hui field trip

Tucked away past the Ko‘olau Mountains is a revolutionary program striving for a zero-waste Hawai‘i. The Windward Zero Waste School Hui is a partnership of Windward schools working cooperatively in the pursuit of waste reduction, soil restoration,…
Breathe Aloha unveiling at Kapaa High School
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#808NOVAPE Mural Campaign Wraps Up

“Don’t be a follower, be a leader." “Above the clouds.” “Surfing > Vaping.” These are some of the handwritten messages students have left on a wall at Nanakuli High and Intermediate school... not random graffiti authored…

New Visual Display At Capitol Urges Lawmakers To Protect Kids By Ending Sale And Distribution of Flavored Tobacco Products

More than 100 organizations and influencers endorse legislation to end the sale and distribution of flavored tobacco products  HONOLULU, FEBRUARY 4 — This afternoon, Lieutenant Governor Josh Green, Senator Karl Rhoads, Senator Rosalyn…
HIPHI hosts Hawaii's first-ever anti-vaping conference.
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HIPHI and partners clear the cloud at first-ever ESD conference

In late October, the Coalition for a Tobacco Free Hawai‘i (Coalition), a program of Hawai‘i Public Health Institute, along with the Hawai‘i Community Foundation and the Hawai‘i State Department of Health (DOH), hosted the state’s first-ever…
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Farm to School for Hawai‘i's Future

In celebration of October as Farm to School Month in Hawai‘i, a Perspectives trip hosted by Hawai‘i Public Health Institute took participants to several model farm to school sites on O‘ahu. All three core elements of successful farm to…
Ratworm Lung Disease Training Hawaii
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Employing the Power of Education for Disease Prevention

Over 30 teachers from K-12 public, charter, and independent schools on O‘ahu and Molokai attended a fascinating workshop on "Engaging Students in Citizen Science through the Prevention of Rat Lungworm Disease" this summer at 'Iolani School.…
HICOH stakeholder meeting
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Hawaii’s Families Should Smile With Confidence

Since 2010, Hawai‘i has received a failing grade in three oral health report cards published by The Pew Center on the States. Specifically, Medicaid does not provide any preventive oral health care for adults and only emergency dental (extraction…