Disaster preparedness and response training : complete course: modules one, two, & three : Participant workbook
Corporate Authors:National Center for Environmental Health (U.S.). Environmental Hazards and Health Effects. Health Studies Branch.
Description:Module one: Epidemiologic response to disasters -- Module two: Disaster response rapid needs assessment -- Module three: Disaster surveillance methods.
The Disaster Preparedness and Response Training Course has three modules. The course also has a final comprehensive capstone activity where learners apply the knowledge and skills learned in the course. After completing all three modules, you will have a better understanding of the disaster-related rapid needs assessments and surveillance necessary to support responses to disasters and other public health emergencies.
The Participant Workbook uses a self-paced, learner-focused format, with most of the instructional content contained in the workbook allowing for a flexible teaching platform and timeframe, as well as uniformity and consistency in content. You can use the instructional materials individually with the guidance of a mentor or in a classroom setting. To assist classroom instructors and mentors with the training, facilitator/mentor guides are available for each module.
The target audience is 2nd year Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) residents (fellows) and alumni, as well as other health professionals associated with ministries of health who are responsible for disaster preparedness and response initiatives.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Disaster Preparedness and Response Training: Complete Course. Participant workbook, first edition. Atlanta (GA): CDC; 2014.
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