This training will discuss the importance of reactive and proactive communication best practices, and will provide best practices for public health practitioners to translate research effectively to public audiences.
The goal of this course is to help individuals you work with cope with stress at manageable levels making it possible for them to effectively function and build resilience with each successive event they encounter.
This recorded training will provide a brief overview of how public health surveillance systems work, what qualities make a surveillance system effective, why these systems are important, and what methodologies are used for evaluation.
Public Health Prepared’s first virtual summit will provide an opportunity to hear from national and Michigan-based leaders in infectious disease and emergency response. The kick-off keynote presentation will offer a critical perspective on future directions for the...
This training will discuss the importance of integrating equity principles into Incident Command System (ICS) operations and will provide practitioners with strategies to implement equity into ICS operations.