You will find a full listing of our courses, which can be searched or filtered to better find the right training for your needs.
Assessing Community Assets (Podcast-No CE)
This episode will explore assessing community assets for a Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP). We will discuss strategies for identifying, assessing, and utilizing community assets. We will also talk about opportunities for incorporating diversity, equity, and inclusion into community asset assessment.
Disease Detectives: Outbreak Investigation Overview (On Demand-No CE)
This short recorded training will provide an overview of outbreak investigations for those working in public health, whether you are an experienced practitioner that needs a refresher or is new to work in outbreak investigations. This training was originally presented on October 11, 2022.
Recruit, Retain, Ready: Strategies for Maintaining a Strong Infectious Disease Workforce (On Demand-No CE)
The 2nd annual Public Health Prepared summit focuses on national, state, and local perspectives to recruit and retain a strong infectious disease (ID) workforce. The 2.5 hour virtual summit consists of presentations, cross-sectoral facilitated breakout discussions, and large group Q&As.
MCIDT is a bioscience initiative directed by Aubree Gordon. It focuses on establishing the University of Michigan as a leader in infectious disease threats and positioning the university to respond to the current COVID-19 pandemic and other future pandemics.
Audience we serve in Michigan and beyond:
Health departments & other public health practice sites
Health systems emergency preparedness & infection prevention professionals
Check out our Welcome from the Director…and more coming soon!
By Cindra M. James, MPA, Former Washtenaw County Health Department Emergency Preparedness Administrator What is your job? I’m an Emergency Preparedness Professional. I retired from Washtenaw County Health Department in 2022, and I’ve stayed connected to this...