PH WINS (the Public Health Workforce Interests and Needs Survey) supports the governmental public health workforce by measuring strengths and gaps to inform future investments in funding, training, recruitment, and retention. Conducted in 2014, 2017, and 2021 by the de Beaumont Foundation and the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, PH WINS is the only nationally representative source of data about the governmental public health workforce. It collects data on the demographics of the workforce and captures individual public health workers’ perspectives on key issues such as workforce engagement and morale, training needs, and emerging concepts in public health. The 2021 findings on stress, burnout, and intent to leave were released in March 2022. Detailed national, state, and local findings, including interactive dashboards, were released in August 2022.


August 2022 PH WINS Release

2022

National, state, and local findings and data dashboard released in August 2022.

March 2022 PH WINS Release

2022

Preliminary findings on stress, burnout, and intent to leave were released.

PH WINS fielded for the third time

2021

PH WINS was fielded for the third time.

2017 Survey Results

2019

Results from PH WINS 2017 were released in January 2019.

PH WINS was fielded for the second time

2017

PH WINS was fielded for the second time.

Results from PH WINS 2014 released October 2015

2015

Results from PH WINS 2014 were released in October 2015.  

PH WINS was fielded for the first time

2014

PH WINS was fielded for the first time.

National Consortium for Public Health Workforce Development

2013

de Beaumont and ASTHO convened the National Consortium for Public Health Workforce Development for the first time. The Consortium identified the top strategic skills needed in the governmental public health workforce and recommended that a nationally representative needs assessment be conducted. This assessment became PH WINS.