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					CENTERS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH PREPAREDNESS TRAINING PRODUCTS FOR INFLUENZA
State/CPHP Title Description Type of Training Fee Link Point of Contact

Alabama/Louisiana
This course will introduce participants to basic concepts and terminology of infectious diseases. Topics include: transmission dynamics of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases; various factors that contribute to the emergence and re-emergence of key infectious diseases; steps and decision points in managing an outbreak; specific intervention and prevention strategies, including Bioterrorism Preparedness: Principles of Emerging those relating to the protection of public health workers; and the role Online Training Infectious Diseases of state health departments vis-à-vis emerging infectious diseases. This course will introduce participants to basic concepts and terminology of infectious disease epidemiology and public health surveillance. Course topics include: key characteristics of microbial agents and their common modes of transmission; measures of association between disease and exposure; common study designs in observational research; sensitivity and specificity and its application to infectious disease diagnosis; types and sources of data, and uses of Online Training infectious disease surveillance systems.
This course will introduce participants to basic concepts and terminology of infectious disease transmission dynamics. Course topics include: transmission dynamics of infectious diseases; identification of the main reservoirs, sources, ports of entry, and ports of exit of human pathogens; the relations between microorganisms and humans; the routes of infectious disease transmission; emerging vector-borne infections; emerging and reemerging sexually transmitted diseases; foodborne and waterborne diseases; and the implications of food supply globalization on the emerging infections. Online Training This course will introduce participants to the factors for the emergence/reemergence of infectious diseases. Topics include: mechanisms of the development of antimicrobial resistance; the ways in which environmental and ecological factors influence infectious diseases; and transmission dynamics of infectious diseases. Online Training

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

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http://lms.southcentralpartnership.org/sc php?productID=prdct000000000001060

Brandi Bordelon 504-988-1342 trdirect@tulane.edu

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

Bioterrorism Preparedness: Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Public Health Surveillance

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http://lms.southcentralpartnership.org/sc php?productID=prdct000000000001056

Brandi Bordelon 504-988-1342 trdirect@tulane.edu

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

Bioterrorism Preparedness: Infectious Disease Transmission Dynamics

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http://lms.southcentralpartnership.org/sc php?productID=prdct000000000001062

Brandi Bordelon 504-988-1342 trdirect@tulane.edu

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

Bioterrorism Preparedness: Factors for the Emergence/Reemergence of Infectious Diseases

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http://lms.southcentralpartnership.org/sc php?productID=prdct000000000001063

Brandi Bordelon 504-988-1342 trdirect@tulane.edu

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

Bioterrorism Preparedness: Infectious Disease Prevention and Control

This course will introduce participants to basic concepts of infectious disease prevention and control. Course topics include concepts of disease control, elimination, and eradication and key strategies for infectious disease control and prevention in the context of past successes and failures.

Online Training

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http://lms.southcentralpartnership.org/sc php?productID=prdct000000000001079

Brandi Bordelon 504-988-1342 trdirect@tulane.edu

CENTERS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH PREPAREDNESS TRAINING PRODUCTS FOR INFLUENZA

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

Continuity of Operations Planning

Continuity of operations planning (COOP) allows for the continuation of the essential functions of government departments or agencies during any incident or emergency that may disrupt normal operations. COOP addresses the recovery of critical and essential government operations in the event of an emergency. This can be on a short-term basis, like a power failure, where having backup capability (systems, personnel, processes, files, and etc.) can quickly resolve the situation. It can also be longer term such as in the case of a natural disaster when services are impacted for several days, or in Online Training some cases, weeks. The challenges of disaster and emergency planning and the coordination of response increase significantly when the event spans state lines, borders of sovereign Tribal nations, and international borders. Challenges associated with cross border response range from technical issues such as the compatibility of communications systems to legal issues such as authority and power of responders to the managerial issues of planning, organizing, and controlling the response. In order to deal with these challenges multi-jurisdictional agreements in the forms of Memorandums of Understanding and Mutual Aid Agreements are often created. While such agreements are essential to developing the details of collaboration, testing the effectiveness in terms of both substance and form through drills and exercises is necessary and offers additional benefits of strengthening relationships and building confidence among cross-border response Online Training organizations.

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http://lms.southcentralpartnership.org/sc php?productID=prdct000000000001099

Brandi Bordelon 504-988-1342 trdirect@tulane.edu

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

Cross-Border Collaboration

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http://lms.southcentralpartnership.org/sc php?productID=prdct000000000001109

Brandi Bordelon 504-988-1342 trdirect@tulane.edu

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

Epi-Ready: Foodborne Illness Response Strategies

This course will identify roles, responsibilities, and legal requirements associated with a foodborne illness investigation. The foodborne illness response strategy is composed of three arenas: Laboratory, Epidemiology and Environment. This course will take you through passive surveillance, outbreak determination and outbreak and epidemiologic investigation, laboratory guidance and concluding actions of an investigation. At the end of each module, the individual Online Training team member roles from the three arenas will be addressed.
The purpose of this presentation is to provide participants with a brief overview of the National Strategy and the responsibilities and roles assigned to those individuals, industry, state and local governments, and the federal government in preparing and responding to a pandemic. Online Training This course will familiarize POD workers and public health personnel with the basic purpose, constitution and operations of a Point of Dispensing during a disaster. This course will cover topics such as selecting and designing a site, as well as administration and logistics issues such as supplies, staff roles and training, patient flows, operations and security. Risk communication regarding POD operations will also be discussed in this course. Finally, there will be a short discussion on the closing of a POD.

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http://lms.southcentralpartnership.org/sc php?productID=prdct000000000001037

Brandi Bordelon 504-988-1342 trdirect@tulane.edu Brandi Bordelon 504-988-1342 trdirect@tulane.edu

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

Implementing the National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza

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http://lms.southcentralpartnership.org/sc php?productID=prdct000000000001051

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

Introduction to Points of Dispensing

Online Training

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http://lms.southcentralpartnership.org/sc php?productID=prdct000000000001098

Brandi Bordelon 504-988-1342 trdirect@tulane.edu

CENTERS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH PREPAREDNESS TRAINING PRODUCTS FOR INFLUENZA

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

Emergency events often limit the amount of public health services that are available. See how implementing alternative standards of Alternative Standards of Care in Disasters On-demand Webcast care can not only simplify the medical process, but also save lives. Surviving and responding to a disaster are difficult enough, but it seems dealing with the emotional aftermath is the biggest challenge. Psychological First Aid: Building Resiliency for "Us" and Learn how proper Psychological First Aid can be a live saver during a "Them" On-demand Webcast difficult time. The presentation: (1) introduces the concept of continuity of operations and define its objectives and scope, (2) defines the organizational context of a continuity of operations policy, (3) offers an outline for a continuity of operations plan, and (4) emphasizes the importance of broad organizational participation in the development, On-demand Webcast training, and testing of continuity of operations plans. Hurricanes, tornadoes, bioterrorism, and pandemic flu are all examples of events that create emergencies for the public health system. Such events have disrupted the lives and healthcare of thousands of individuals and will do so again in the future. Regardless of the type of event, when such emergencies occur, communities and individuals face real difficulties related to the need to obtain and properly use pharmaceutical products or the need to maintain appropriate pharmaceutical therapies. Pharmacists serve the fundamental role in our ability, as a society, to initiate a pharmaceutical emergency response where needed, and to maintain appropriate pharmaceutical care for a damaged community. The broadcast faculty in this session will discuss the changing role of the pharmacist in the public health system as well as the specific roles of the pharmacist during a public health emergency response. They will also present examples from the experiences of the pharmacy On-demand Webcast community during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

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http://www.adph.org/ALPHTN/index.asp? id=3424

Brandi Bordelon 504-988-1342 trdirect@tulane.edu Brandi Bordelon 504-988-1342 trdirect@tulane.edu

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http://www.adph.org/ALPHTN/index.asp? id=3227

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

The Reasons For and Key Elements of Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP)

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http://www.adph.org/ALPHTN/index.asp? id=2565

Brandi Bordelon 504-988-1342 trdirect@tulane.edu

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

The Pharmacist's Role in Disasters

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http://www.adph.org/ALPHTN/index.asp? id=1611

Brandi Bordelon 504-988-1342 trdirect@tulane.edu

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

Lessons From the Front Lines of Risk and Crisis Communication: SARS and Influenza

Risk and crisis communication is a science-based approach to issues of great concern which may be emotionally charged and controversial. The ultimate goal of risk communication is to provide the public with appropriate information in a context that is not overly reassuring, so that it can “bear” the risk, make informed decisions, and feel those handling the crisis are credible and trustworthy. Participants will learn the importance of effective risk and crisis communication through comparisons of two current global infectious disease problems. The impact of various approaches and techniques, utilized by public health and medical personnel in addressing the recent outbreaks of On-demand Webcast both SARS and influenza, will be described.

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http://www.adph.org/ALPHTN/index.asp? id=1768

Brandi Bordelon 504-988-1342 trdirect@tulane.edu

CENTERS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH PREPAREDNESS TRAINING PRODUCTS FOR INFLUENZA

South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

Preparedness Minutes

Preparedness Minutes are video clips describing actions to take in emergency situations, whether they are at work or at home. Some of the videos will be reminders, others will present new information. Ultimately these videos will help you be prepared for an emergency or disaster. Psychological First Aid, Food Safety, Administering Psychological First Aid, Shelter in Place, Dealing with Stress, General Preparedness, Medical Needs Shelters, Preparing Pets for Disasters

Video Clips

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Lisa McCormick http://www.southcentralpartnership.org/ 205-934-7148 preparedness_minute_videos lcraft@uab.edu

CALIFORNIA
The CA Dept. of Public Health Emergency Preparedness Office and The Center for Infectious Disease & Emergency Readiness, UC Berkeley School of Public Health present this program on pandemic influenza. Infection and contagion are the primary threats. Since healthcare workers are first responders, the potential for transmission from person to person is a risk. Responsibilities for healthcare workers extend beyond work as they are parents, spouses and caregivers. Listen to leading experts Cindy Lambdin, RN, UC Berkeley Center for Infectious Disease & Emergency Readiness; Howard Backer, MD, and Harvey Kayman, MD, both from the CA Dept. of Public Health Video on Youtube In an era of heightened focus of the effects of healthcare-associated infections, antibiotic-resistant organisms, nationwide foodborne outbreaks, and a looming threat of pandemic influenza, hand hygiene (or the lack thereof) is also entering the national awareness. Are you wondering how one could talk about hand hygiene for 90 minutes? Check it out. This workshop will review the whos, whats, whys, and hows of hand hygiene. Practical knowledge and references will be provided. How much do you know? On-line webcast

Berkeley Center for Infectious Disease Preparedness University of California at Berkeley School of Public Health

Protecting the Healthcare Workforce in Pandemic Influenza

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http://www.idready.org/2008JIC.htm

Christine Siador 510-643-4926 csiador@berkeley.edu

Berkeley Center for Infectious Disease Preparedness University of California at Berkeley School of Public Health

Hand Hygiene in Context

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http://www.idready.org/webcast/materia Christine Siador ls/spr07/cider/2007-01510-643-4926 24/Jan_24_lecture_Chen.pdf csiador@berkeley.edu

FLORIDA
Online Module Presentation with voice, PowerPoint slides and audio file or each file separately none Online Module Presentation with voice, PowerPoint slides and audio file or each file separately none Online Module Presentation with voice, PowerPoint slides and audio file or each file separately none

Florida Center for Public Health Preparedness University of South Florida College of Public Health Basic Epidemiology Overview

Understand common communicable and infectious disease terms.

Dr. W. Michael Reid 813http://www.fcphp.usf.edu/flu_preparedn 974-8075 ess.htm mreid@health.usf.edu

Florida Center for Public Health Preparedness University of South Florida College of Public Health Field Questionnaire Methodology

Understand methods for developing/writing/testing field questionnaires.

Dr. W. Michael Reid 813http://www.fcphp.usf.edu/flu_preparedn 974-8075 ess.htm mreid@health.usf.edu

Florida Center for Public Health Preparedness University of South Florida College of Public Health Basic Interview Techniques

Increase awareness of interview techniques & strategies.

Dr. W. Michael Reid 813http://www.fcphp.usf.edu/flu_preparedn 974-8075 ess.htm mreid@health.usf.edu

CENTERS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH PREPAREDNESS TRAINING PRODUCTS FOR INFLUENZA

Florida Center for Public Health Preparedness University of South Florida College of Public Health Epidemiological Contact Investigation

Understand the steps of contact investigation & strategies to employ to conduct an effective contact investigation.

Online Module Presentation with voice, PowerPoint slides and audio file or each file separately none Online Module Presentation with voice, PowerPoint slides and audio file or each file separately none Online Module - Voice audio file Online Module Powerpoint slides

Dr. W. Michael Reid 813http://www.fcphp.usf.edu/flu_preparedn 974-8075 ess.htm mreid@health.usf.edu

Florida Center for Public Health Preparedness University of South Florida College of Public Health Surveillance: Post-event Strategies Florida Center for Public Health Preparedness University of South Florida College of Public Health Avian Influenza Florida Center for Public Health Preparedness University Stress Management and Resilience Training for of South Florida College of Public Health Pandemic Influenza Response Workers (SMART) Florida Center for Public Health Preparedness University Stress Resistance and Resilience of South Florida College of Public Health Florida Center for Public Health Preparedness University Psychological First Aid: FAST Foundations of South Florida College of Public Health

Understand surveillance purpose and use in post-event epidemiologic investigation

Understand epidemiology and surveillance for influenza. Understand common reactions and responses to disasters and critical incident stress in mass morbidity/ mortality events related to Pandemic Influenza response.

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Understand common reactions and responses to disasters and critical Online Module - voice incident stress. audio file none Provides foundational knowledge necessary to effectively deliver Psychological First Aid (PFA) to children, adolescents, adults, and families in the immediate aftermath of disaster. Online Module - PDF file none Prepares public health professionals for their functional roles in disaster response by offering culturally competent disaster interventions to survivors, witnesses, and responders of bioterrorism and other major public health threats and community disasters. Understand the potential adverse psychological effects of performing functional roles and professional responsibilities in bioterrorism preparedness, response and recovery. Total course time 1 hour.

Dr. W. Michael Reid 813http://www.fcphp.usf.edu/flu_preparedn 974-8075 ess.htm mreid@health.usf.edu Dr. W. Michael Reid 813http://www.fcphp.usf.edu/flu_preparedn 974-8075 ess.htm mreid@health.usf.edu Dr. W. Michael Reid 813http://www.fcphp.usf.edu/flu_preparedn 974-8075 ess.htm mreid@health.usf.edu Dr. W. Michael Reid 813http://www.fcphp.usf.edu/flu_preparedn 974-8075 ess.htm mreid@health.usf.edu Dr. W. Michael Reid 813http://www.fcphp.usf.edu/flu_preparedn 974-8075 ess.htm mreid@health.usf.edu

Florida Center for Public Health Preparedness University Assuring Cultural Competence of South Florida College of Public Health Compassion Fatigue Florida Center for Public Health Preparedness University of South Florida College of Public Health

Online Module Streaming Video and PowerPoint slides

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Dr. W. Michael Reid 813http://www.fcphp.usf.edu/flu_preparedn 974-8075 ess.htm mreid@health.usf.edu Dr. W. Michael Reid 813http://www.fcphp.usf.edu/flu_preparedn 974-8075 ess.htm mreid@health.usf.edu
Colleen Monahan 312-515-1360 cmonahan@uic.edu

Online Module Streaming Audio

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ILLINOIS

Illinois Public Health Preparedness Center University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health

The POD Game

This is an interactive game to train public health workers/volunteers in implementing a POD (mass dispensing center)

On-line game

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http://www.thepodgame.com
Colleen Monahan 312-515-1360 cmonahan@uic.edu

Illinois Public Health Preparedness Center University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health

Virtual Public Health

This is a Virtual environment training space for local health departments to develop and practice POD/SNS plans.

Second life virtual training

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http://www.virtualpublichealth.com
Colleen Monahan 312-515-1360 cmonahan@uic.edu

Illinois Public Health Preparedness Center University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health

Mobile Pan Flu Prep

This is an interactive cell phone application with plan flu preparedness information.

Cell-phone training

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http://www.mobilepanfluprep.com

IOWA/UPPER MIDWEST

CENTERS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH PREPAREDNESS TRAINING PRODUCTS FOR INFLUENZA

Upper Midwest Center for Public Health Preparedness

Pandemic Flu Planning

This GUIDANCE is being provided to Local Public Health Agencies to assist you in planning your response to a pandemic event. To ensure an immediate and effective local response to pandemic influenza in order to limit the morbidity and mortality of Iowans and to keep economic loss and social disruption to a minimum. This course consists of a slideshow and a webcast, followed by an evaluation form.

On-line training

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http://www.prepareiowa.com/

Angela Harding 5195 Westlawn Iowa City, IA 52242 Phone: (319) 335-8451 angela-harding@uiowa.edu

Upper Midwest Center for Public Health Preparedness

This program was originally developed in DVD format and mailed to Iowa's first responders, hospitals, and public health agencies. Its goal is to provide Iowa’s First Responders with a consistent message regarding the history, prevention approaches, safety and legal considerations, and psychological issues involved in responding to a pandemic. This course consists of five 15-minute presentations featuring the topics listed below. A Pre-Test and a Post-Test, to be completed by all On-line training, also Pandemic Influenza: Protecting Iowa's First Responders participants, have beenfor public to assess the effectiveness of the program. available in DVD format none This course is intended included health practitioners who need to increase their ability to effectively contain communicable diseases through quarantine and isolation. There are 3 modules in this course: 1. Iowa Legal Code and Quarantine and Isolation provides a detailed account of the legal tools available in Iowa code and how to use them. You will have the opportunity to test your understanding of the material presented at various points in the module. 2. Quarantine and Isolation During a Public Health Disaster contains information on legal tools that can be used during a public health disaster. Included in this module is a link to an article that discusses key considerations in making the decision to impose a wide-scale quarantine. After reading the article, you are asked to participate in a discussion of the article. 3. Resources is a list of agencies who can answer your questions and provide you with assistance during a bio-emergency, particularly in regards to isolation and quarantine. It also contains a bio-emergency preparedness checklist for you to review. At the end of the course, you will have an opportunity to apply the knowledge you have learned in the course in a Case Scenario based on a reallife situation in Iowa. On-line training

http://www.prepareiowa.com/

Angela Harding 5195 Westlawn Iowa City, IA 52242 Phone: (319) 335-8451 angela-harding@uiowa.edu

Upper Midwest Center for Public Health Preparedness

Quarantine & Isolation

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http://www.prepareiowa.com/

Angela Harding 5195 Westlawn Iowa City, IA 52242 Phone: (319) 335-8451 angela-harding@uiowa.edu

CENTERS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH PREPAREDNESS TRAINING PRODUCTS FOR INFLUENZA

This course is intended for laboratorians who handle biological and microbiological samples in clinical, reference, public health, animal, research or teaching laboratories. There are four modules in this course: Module 1: Background Module 2: BSLs and Use of Equipment for Your Safety Module 3: Pathogens of Risk Module 4: Building Safety into Laboratory Practice There are review questions at the end of each module. These review questions will provide you with an opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills presented in each section. In addition, some modules contain practice exercises to assist you in understanding and assimilating the information. On-line training The goal for this activity is to provide training programs, resources, and tools for public information officers (PIOs), or anyone serving as a PIO, during a public health emergency. The JIC training and resources will enable personnel to establish a Joint Information Center (JIC) during an incident or event. This toolkit emphasizes helping communities share resources and interact with the media. On-line toolkit The goal for this activity is to provide training programs, resources, and tools for anyone within the Incident Command System (ICS). This toolkit emphasizes providing access to training programs, such as online courses, face-to-face courses and other resources at the local level relevant to NIMS/ICS. On-line toolkit Angela Harding 5195 Westlawn Iowa City, IA 52242 Phone: (319) 335-8451 angela-harding@uiowa.edu

Upper Midwest Center for Public Health Preparedness

Biosafety: Avoiding Laboratory Acquired Infections (LAIs)

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http://www.prepareiowa.com/

Upper Midwest Center for Public Health Preparedness

PIO/JIC Toolkit

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http://www.publichealth.uiowa.edu/edtrac/jicpio/

Angela Harding 5195 Westlawn Iowa City, IA 52242 Phone: (319) 335-8451 angela-harding@uiowa.edu Angela Harding 5195 Westlawn Iowa City, IA 52242 Phone: (319) 335-8451 angela-harding@uiowa.edu

Upper Midwest Center for Public Health Preparedness

NIMS/ICS Toolkit

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http://www.publichealth.uiowa.edu/edtrac/nimsics/

Upper Midwest Center for Public Health Preparedness

Grand Rounds: Implementations of the National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza

Video archive of Grand Rounds presentation, October 18, 2007

Video archive

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Angela Harding 5195 Westlawn http://ph-streaming.publicIowa City, IA 52242 health.uiowa.edu/iphp/umcphp/gr/gr200 Phone: (319) 335-8451 71018.mov angela-harding@uiowa.edu Angela Harding 5195 Westlawn http://ph-streaming.publicIowa City, IA 52242 health.uiowa.edu/iphp/umcphp/gr/gr200 Phone: (319) 335-8451 50922.mov angela-harding@uiowa.edu Angela Harding 5195 Westlawn http://ph-streaming.publicIowa City, IA 52242 health.uiowa.edu/iphp/umcphp/gr/gr200 Phone: (319) 335-8451 71113.mov angela-harding@uiowa.edu

Upper Midwest Center for Public Health Preparedness

Pandemic Influenza: How Real is the Threat?

Video archive of Grand Rounds presentation, September 22, 2005

Video archive

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Upper Midwest Center for Public Health Preparedness

Pigs and Public Health: An Overview of Selected Zoonotic Diseases of Swine

Video archive of Grand Rounds presentation, November 13, 2007

Video archive

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MICHIGAN

CENTERS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH PREPAREDNESS TRAINING PRODUCTS FOR INFLUENZA

Michigan Center for Public Health Preparedness University of Michigan School of Public Health

Public Health Response at International Ports of Entry

This is a ten-module course that explains the role of federal quarantine stations, as well as other agencies and partners, in communicable disease control at airports, seaports and land borders. The role of public health professionals, acting as surge capacity personnel, to support quarantine station personnel is described. Information about screening, detecting and intervening with passengers ill or at risk for serious communicable diseases is explained. Each module may be taken by itself. This symposium examined the recent emergence of avian influenza, provided an overview of international and domestic monitoring efforts, looked at influenza immunization development and delivery, and assessed our current state of preparedness to meet the challenge of the next flu pandemic. Speakers from Hong Kong, federal, state and local agencies, and representatives from WHO and CDC reported the latest developments in the worldwide effort to combat influenza. Infectious agents transmitted from animals to humans have caused 11 of 12 of the major global disease outbreaks over the last decade, including avian influenza. This symposium focused on the critical interface between human health and animal disease and considered the question, “Are human health and animal infections on an epidemiologic collision course?”

On-line modules

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https://practice.sph.umich.edu/micphp/d Jo Lynn Montgomery ynamic/site.php?module=courses_one_on 734-763-2330 line_course&id=321 jpmont@umich.edu

Michigan Center for Public Health Preparedness University of Michigan School of Public Health

Pandemic Influenza: Could History Repeat Itself?

Archived Webcast (6.2 nursing contact hours; 6.5 CHES category 1 credit)

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https://practice.sph.umich.edu/micphp/d Jo Lynn Montgomery ynamic/site.php?module=courses_one_on 734-763-2330 line_course&id=240 jpmont@umich.edu

Michigan Center for Public Health Preparedness University of Michigan School of Public Health

Human Health and Animal Disease: An Epidemiologic Collision?

Archived Webcast (4.2 nursing contact hours; 4.5 CHES category 1 credit)

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https://practice.sph.umich.edu/micphp/d Jo Lynn Montgomery ynamic/site.php?module=courses_one_on 734-763-2330 line_course&id=236 jpmont@umich.edu

MINNESOTA
This training is designed to provide an overview of the general operations of mass dispensing sites and serves as an orientation for individuals who may be asked to work in those sites during an emergency. It is intended to complement “just in time” training provided on site at the time of deployment. Volunteers including MRC and CERT members and others including public health staff may find this training beneficial. On-line training This training provides an overview of the general operations of an off-site care facility (also referred to as Alternate Care Site). It is an orientation for individuals who may be asked to work in these facilities during an emergency. The program is intended to complement “just in time” training provided on site at the time of the emergency. On-line training This training examines the concepts and history of isolation and quarantine, and explains when and how these restrictions are used in a public health context. On-line training This training defines traditional and syndromic surveillance methods and explains how disease outbreaks are detected and investigated.

University of Minnesota Center for Public Health Preparedness University of Minnesota School of Public Health

Sue Larson

Mass Dispensing Sites: A Primer for Volunteers

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http://cpheo.sph.umn.edu/cpheo/umncp 612-626-4525 larso346@umn.edu hp/online/home.html#massdisp

University of Minnesota Center for Public Health Preparedness University of Minnesota School of Public Health University of Minnesota Center for Public Health Preparedness University of Minnesota School of Public Health University of Minnesota Center for Public Health Preparedness University of Minnesota School of Public Health

Sue Larson

Off Site Care Facilities

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http://cpheo.sph.umn.edu/cpheo/umncp 612-626-4525 larso346@umn.edu hp/online/home.html#massdisp
Sue Larson

Isolation and Quarantine

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http://cpheo.sph.umn.edu/cpheo/umncp 612-626-4525 larso346@umn.edu hp/online/home.html#massdisp
Sue Larson

Disease Surveillance

On-line training

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http://cpheo.sph.umn.edu/cpheo/umncp 612-626-4525 larso346@umn.edu hp/online/home.html#massdisp

NORTH CAROLINA
North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Gillings School of Public Health ABCs of Pandemic Influenza On-line module (1/2 This training provides an overview of pandemic influenza, its history, the risk of a pandemic and what can be done to contain it. hour; 0.05 CEUs) Jen Horney http://nccphp.sph.unc.edu/training/HEP_ 919-843-5566 ABCPF/certificate.php jen.horney@unc.edu

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CENTERS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH PREPAREDNESS TRAINING PRODUCTS FOR INFLUENZA

North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Gillings School of Public Health Business Continuity During a Flu Pandemic North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Gillings School of Public Health Avian Influenza North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Gillings School Preparing for an Influenza Pandemic: Focus on Local of Public Health Preparedness

This training provides an overview of continuity of operations during an influenza pandemic, focusing specifically on business continuity and public health concerns.

On-line module (1/2 hour; 0.05 CEUs)

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Jen Horney http://nccphp.sph.unc.edu/training/HEP_ 919-843-5566 BCFLU/certificate.php jen.horney@unc.edu Jen Horney http://nccphp.sph.unc.edu/training/HEP_ 919-843-5566 AVFLU/certificate.php jen.horney@unc.edu Jen Horney http://nccphp.sph.unc.edu/training/HEP_ 919-843-5566 FLUP/certificate.php jen.horney@unc.edu

This training is an overview of Avian Influenza. This training is an overview of preparations for an influenza pandemic, with a focus on local preparedness. This is a three part series with presentations broken into 30 minute segments.

On-line module (1/2 hour; 0.05 CEUs)

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On-line module (1/2 hour; 0.15 CEUs)

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WASHINGTON
Northwest Center for Public Health Preparedness University of Washington School of Public Health Emergency Risk Communications for Public Health Professionals This training provides an overview of how to plan for an emergency, create effective messages, and interact with media and community in time of crisis. On-line none http://nwcphp.org/training/coursesexercises/courses/risk-communication Luann D'Ambrosio 206-543-2659 ldambr@u.washington.edu

Northwest Center for Public Health Preparedness University of Washington School of Public Health

Emergency Distribution of Pharmaceuticals

The module outlines situations in which mass dispensing is necessary, and discusses the logistics of providing medications to large populations.

On-line

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http://nwcphp.org/training/coursesLuann D'Ambrosio exercises/courses/emergency-distribution- 206-543-2659 pharmaceuticals ldambr@u.washington.edu

Northwest Center for Public Health Preparedness University of Washington School of Public Health

Workforce Resiliency

Northwest Center for Public Health Preparedness University of Washington School of Public Health

Introduction to Outbreak Investigation

This is a three module series 1) "Stressful Effects of Disasters on Workers" teaches how to define stress and the effects that stress has on your behavior, biology, and psychology in both day to day and disaster situations. 2) "Individual and Organizational Preparedness" teaches how to distinguish types of coping styles, incorporate strategies to increase organizational preparedness, and maintain personal resiliency and well being to ensure that you and your organization will be ready to respond in the event of a disaster. 3) "During and After a Disaster" details steps that you and your organization can take to maintain and restore resiliency during and after a Three on-line modules disaster or emergency. with interactive exercises none This module outlines specific steps to take in determining if you have an outbreak on your hands, who should be involved in the investigation, the science behind it all, and how to communicate your findings to the public via On-line Web-based Flash the media. Presentation with interactive excercises none

http://nwcphp.org/training/coursesexercises/courses/workforce-resiliency

Luann D'Ambrosio 206-543-2659 ldambr@u.washington.edu

Luann D'Ambrosio http://nwcphp.org/training/courses206-543-2659 exercises/courses/outbreak-investigation ldambr@u.washington.edu


				
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