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Coalition & Network Building

The Public Health Institute (PHI) doesn't just bring people to the table: we bring the right people to the table. We build strong coalitions and networks, foster collaboration across organizations, agencies, and sectors and help partners create strategic plans and identify shared goals. PHI staff facilitate large, statewide collaborative groups of more than 150 members, as well as smaller, action-oriented teams—in person and via our online communications network, Dialogue4Health, which has hosted hundreds of web forums for thousands of participants. PHI has created and supported successful coalition and networks to advance a myriad of local, national and global public health goals, including: opioid use, population health, ACEs, "health in all policies," climate change, and violence prevention.

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  • 600+ leaders in 44 states and territories trained through NLAPH
  • 1.2K funders, developers & researchers collaborating on MPTs
  • 400+ community-based organizations funded through Together Toward Health to help stop COVID-19

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New PHI Study on Breakthrough Infection Shows Steep Vaccine Efficacy Decline Over Six Months

A PHI study in the journal Science analyzed COVID infection by vaccination status among 780,225 Veterans. Researchers found that protection against any COVID-19 infection declined for all vaccine types, with overall vaccine protection declining from 87.9% in February to 48.1% by October 2021.

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