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Peer Assistance Network (PAN)


The Peer Assistance Network is a free, online service for public health practitioners. It provides opportunities for referral services, formal advising relationships, and technical assistance.

Peer Assistance Networks programs include the following:

 
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Environmental Health

Food Safety
NACCHO's Food Safety Peer Assistance Network provides food safety demonstration sites and other food safety programs with technical assistance and resources from a variety of experts.

Protocol for Assessing Community Excellence in Environmental Health (PACE EH)
NACCHO's PACE EH Peer Assistance Network provides a venue for the exchange of advice and support among peers involved in a community-based environmental health assessment process.

 
 
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Public Health Infrastructure and Systems

Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP)

NACCHO's MAPP Peer Assistance Network provides LHDs and other organizations with technical assistance and resources from experienced MAPP users.