Region 8 Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response

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Region 9
Training

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Target Audience /Target Capability

March 7,
12, & 15,
2012

Two hour

Webinar

Presidential
Policy Directive
8 / PPD
-
8:
National
Preparedness
Engagement
Opportunities
for

Private and
Non
-
Profit
Sectors

T
he first edition of the National Preparedness
Goal and the National Preparedness System
description were completed in the fall of 2011.
Now the effort will focus on creating the
supporting frameworks. As part of this
initia
tive, the PPD
-
8 Program Executive Office
(PEO) and its partners are hosting a series of
webinars to engage the private and non
-
profit
sectors in developing the National Planning
Frameworks
.

The

focus of the March events
will be on reviewing and collecting
feedback
on a number of products, with a particular
focus on the role of the private and non
-
profit
sectors. Each

iteration of the March in
-
person
events will follow a similar agenda, so we
recommend choosing a date that works best
for you.


Registration
is on a first come,
first serve basis.

To register,
please email
PPD8
-
Engagement@fema.dhs.gov

with your name, email address,
phone number, organization, and
requested event dates



www.fema.gov/ppd8


March 8,
2012

8:30
-
9:30
am

Webinar

Using
Computational
Modeling to
Inform Policy on
Interventions in
Pandemic
Influenza








The use of computer models to simulate public
health scenarios has emerged as a powerful
to
ol to aid in public health decision
making and
emergency planning.

Dr. Brown will discuss
how computational modeling is used to inform
policy in influenza preparedness.


Specific
topics will include: school closure policy and
the associated costs, the impa
ct of equitable
vaccine distribution on the severity of an
epidemic, and the effects of state
preparedness on a national vaccination
strategy.



Registration Instructions:



Log on to the Center for Public
Health Practice’s Learning
Content Management Syst
em:



https://www.cphplearn.org/.

for the live and/or the archived
version of this webinar.






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March 14,
2012

10:00
-
11:00am

Webinar

SN
S Second
Wednesday
Webinars



Online
Screening and
Electronic
Applications for
PODs


Electronic technologies and devices, such as
tablet computers and smart phones, are
frequently used to accomplish day
-
to
-
day
tasks. Many state and local Strategic National

Stockpile (SNS) planners are beginning to
seek ways to tap into these technologies as a
way to streamline some processes that would
take place at points of dispensing (PODs),
such as filling in forms, screening forms, and
providing information to POD visi
tors. Some
planners have already developed applications
to assist in POD operations. During this
webinar, planners will share their technologies
and information about field testing.





To join

the Microsoft® Live
Meeting, log into
https://www.mymeetings.
com/nc/j
oin and enter conference number
RW8182159 with audience
passcode 498558.
To listen to
the audio
portion, call 1
-
888
-
790
-
4503 and enter participant
passcode 498558 (limited to the
first 350).


Contact us

at
snsppbwebinars@cdc.gov
.


Audience:

This presentation is
intended for state and local SNS and
preparedness planners, emergency
managers, public health professionals,
state and local public health
pharmacists, CRI coordinators and
planners, emergency pr
eparedness
managers and planners, closed POD
partners, and others who may be
involved in MCM dispensing activities.


March 14
-
15, 2012

Spokane,
WA

25
th

NW
Regional Rural
Health
Conference


The Northwest Regional Rural Health
Conference (RHC) is the North
west's largest
conference on rural health, incorporating
Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and
Alaska. The

conference always strives to stay
abreast of current policy and regulatory
developments at the federal, regional, state
and local levels which impa
ct healthcare
delivery.

http://www.wrha.com/events/conf
erence.asp



March 20
-
21, 2012

Richland,
WA

Basic Public
Information
Officer (G
-
290)

This introduction to the role of the Public
Information
Officer course will develop and/or
enhance basic skills in writing, public
speaking, and working with the media. Learn
to clearly communicate life safety information
and develop relationships concerning public
information activities and awareness
campaign
s.

Contact: Dulcie Lamb, Franklin
County Emergency
Management,
dlamb@co.franklin.wa.us


Cost: Free

BPIO_Flyer_March20
12_HLSR8_Richland.pdf

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March 22,
2012

8:00
-
9:00am

Webinar

Latinos During
Emergencies:
Cult
ural
Considerations
Impacting
Disaster
Preparedness

Almost one in six residents in the United
States is Hispanic. This program highlights the
importance of engaging the Latino community
in preparedness activities.

Improved
responsiveness to cultural consi
derations can
decrease the barriers that put Latinos at
increased risk during emergencies.

Guest
speakers will discuss cultural constructs and
coping mechanisms among Latinos that may
influence behavior in preparing for and
recovering from a public health
disaster.

Effective strategies for engaging,
communicating and assessing the needs of
Latinos within a community will be presented.


http://www.informz.net/ualbany
-
sph/event.asp?eid=4359



April 10
-
11,
2012

Tacoma,
WA

Partners in
Emergency
Preparedness
Conference
2011

Tacoma

The Partners in Emergency Preparedness
Conference is the largest and most successful
regional emergency preparedness conference
in the Pacific Northwest. The Partne
rs in
Emergency Preparedness Conference attracts
top
-
notch speakers with expertise that
includes earthquake research, contingency
planning, school preparedness, technology,
news media, and public health. Speakers and
exhibitors provide cutting
-
edge informa
tion on
subjects such as business continuity planning,
school safety, public health preparedness,
homeland security, and public information

http://conferences.wsu.edu/emer
gencyprep

Partners in Emerge
ncy Preparedness
annually hosts nearly 700 people
representing business, schools,
government, the nonprofit sector,
emergency management
professionals, tribal and volunteer
organizations.


April 26,
2012

Save the
date

Region 9
Healthcare
Coalition
Meeting
,
Spokane

Region 9
Healthcare
Coalition
Presentation

BenH & Dorothy Tibbetss DoH Office of
Drinking Water: SHMC Legionaries

Jeff Johnson DoH Office of Drinking Water:
emergency wells

More information to come


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May 11
-
12,
2012

Wenatchee,
WA

Washington
State

Hospital
Association
(WSHA)
Disaster
Preparedness
Conference

Preparing for the Unexpected; Continuing the
Good Work


http://www.wrems.com/Download
s/R3%20Prepare/WSHA%20Con
f.pdf


May 15
-
17,
2012

Murano
Hotel,
Tacoma,
WA,

Cross Border
Conference

The Pacific NorthWest Border Health Alliance
invites presentation its 9th Annual Cross
Border Workshop.The theme for the 2012
workshop is
“Seismic Events: Health Impacts,
Consequences and P
reparedness”

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July 26,
2012

Save

the
date!

Spokane

Region 9
Healthcare
Coalition
Meeting
Presentation






Pediatrics as Access & Functional Needs,
Kathryn Koelemay


Darrell Ruby on Map Your Neighborhood

More information to come


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On
-
demand

Webinar

Legal Issues
and Disasters

Things You
Should Know


Our topic takes its name from a new course
developed by the University of the District of
Columbia's National Legal Preparedness
Training Program, with fundi
ng from the
Department of Homeland Security. The goal of
this
FEMA
-
certified, instructor
-
led course

is to
enhance the ability of state, tribal, territorial,
and local gover
nments, emergency managers
and planners, first responders, and VOADs to
identify potential legal issues that typically
arise during emergencies.


http://www.emforum.org/vforum/1
20125.htm



New!


Onl
ine

Clinical
Challenges in
the Community
Management of
Patients with
Special Needs
in Disaster

The evolution of modern medical
competencies and expanded populations of
increased vulnerability pose a significant
challenge to today's public health profession
al
in providing shelter and support during times
of disaster in both the urban and rural
environment. This course will address some of
the significant existing challenges and
examine how the roles and responsibilities of
responding/receiving personnel, tri
age and
transport and the capabilities within
communities can be enhanced through more
extensive planning coupled with focused
preparation.

http://lms.southcentralpartner
ship
.org/scphp/mycourse_desc.php?
&id=194



Cost:: Free


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Training
Bulletin

IS
-
120.a
Introduction to
Exercises
replaces
IS
-
139
Exercise Design


IS
-
120.a introduces the basics of emergency
management exercises. It also builds a
foundation for subse
quent exercise courses,
which provide the specifics of the Homeland
Security Exercise and Evaluation Program
(HSEEP) and the National Standard Exercise
Curriculum (NSEC). The course includes
information on managing an exercise program;
conducting and evalu
ating an exercise; and
developing and implementing an improvement
plan


http://training.fema.gov/emi/
.

The target audience i
ncludes: Federal,
State, local and tribal emergency
managers; first responders to include
incident commanders from all
disciplines, and private industry, and
voluntary agency personnel
responsible for coordinating activities
during a disaster or for planni
ng an
exercise

.

New!


Online

The Columbia
Regional
Learning Center
(CRLC)

Brand New Courses:

* PREP 1110
-

Personal Emergency
Preparedness: Planning for the Public Health
Worker

* PREP 2102/ENVI 2701
-

Chem Rad Bio:
Fundamentals for the Public Health Wor
kforce

* MGMT 1201
-

Elements of Leadership:
Decision
-
Making & Problem
-
Solving Under
Emergency Conditions

* EPI 3404
-

Spatial Approaches to Disaster
Epidemiology: Dr. Snow Meets the Rev. Bayes

* VUL 2605/ PSY 2902
-

State of the Science:
The Health and Men
tal Health Consequences
of Catastrophic Events



http://ncdp.crlctraining.org/catalo
g/


The CRLC provides free, online
certificate training courses, webinars,
and lectures designed for individuals
wor
king in health systems including,
but not limited to: health care, public
health, home health, Medical Reserve
Corps (MRC), community health,
regional learning centers, and
emergency management.

New!

On
-
demand


Online

New FEMA
courses

New courses in Fe
bruary include:

-
IS 201 Forms Used for Development of IAPs

-
IS 922 Applications of GIS for EM

-
2012 EMI Course Schedules

-

Many others….


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Training
resources

Online

Emergency
Preparedness &
Response
Training
Resources

This page features scheduled and on
-
demand
emergency preparedness and response
training resources o
ffered by federal agencies
and COCA partners.

http://emergency.cdc.gov/coca/tr
ainingresources.asp



Varies

In
-
person

Center for
Domestic
Preparedness
Training
Courses

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Public Health
Training

Date/Time


Location

Title

Information

Registration

Target Audience

March 13,
2012

11:00am
-
12:00pm

Cyber
-
seminar

Make it Your
Own (M
IYO):
Creating
Customized
Health Materials
for your
Community

Learning Objectives:



Identify a tool, MIYO,

that can be
used to adapt and develop
culturally appropriate small media
and client reminders for
communities.



Describe how this tool has been
used in

different settings, for a
variety of purposes, and how it
might help their organization.



Understand the purpose of
adapting materials based on
evidence for their communities.



https://researcht
oreality.cancer.g
ov/node/650



March 14,
2012

10:00am
-
noon

iLinc

Web

Conference

Public Health
Performance
Management

Centers for
Excellence
Presents:

Strategic
Planning


A Strategic Plan is vital to Local Health
Jurisdictions and Tribes aspiring to
achi
eve national accreditation. This
presentation introduces the
Why
,
What
,
and
How

of strategic planning.



http://www.doh.wa.gov/PHIP/perf
mgtcenters/Training.htm


Open to public health st
aff who will
create or improve a strategic plan

March 15,
2012

1:00
-
2:30
pm

Webinar

Part 3. Using
New Media
Tools for Public
Education

Public awareness campaigns are
challenging because there are so many
issues competing for the public’s
attention. In thi
s session, learn how new
media tools can be used to conduct
successful

pub
lic awareness
campaigns.

https://cc.readytalk.com/cc/s/sho
wReg?udc=7luo20n63z1b



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March 26
-
28, 2012

Online
Co
nference

National
Immunization
Conference
Online

The goals of the conference are to
provide information that will help
participants provide comprehensive
immunization coverage for all age
groups and explore innovative
strategies for developing programs,
po
licy, and research to promote
immunization coverage for all age
groups.

http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/even
ts/nic/default.htm


March 29,
2012

9
-
10:00am

Netconference

Immunization
NetConference


I
nformation about the 2012
recommended childhood/adolescent
and adult
immunization schedule

http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/ed/ci
inc/default.htm



March 29,
2012

1:00
-
2:00
pm

Web
inar

Annual Ned E.
Baker Lecture in
Public Health

"Telling the
Public Health
Story
-

How to
Affect Policy,
Engage Elected
Officials, and
Inspire
Citizens,"

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April 11,
2012

9:00am
-
4:15pm

Moses Lake

Washington
State
Department of
Health

2012 ZOONOTIC
& VECTOR
-
BORNE
DISEASE
WORKSHOP

This free one
-
day workshop offers a
synopsis of zoonotic dise
ase issues and
explores a variety of emerging and
endemic zoonoses occurring in our
state.



One Health Initiative ◊

◊ Rabies Vaccinations ◊

◊ Raising Chickens and Pet Birds ◊

◊ Tick Surveillance in WA ◊

◊ Zoonoses in Wildlife ◊

more…


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Developing
Healthcare
Leaders

Strategies for Women in Healthcare
Management

See course brochure for objectives

Register at

http://www.wshef.ache
.org

$30 for Professionals
,
$5 for
Students

.

Career Women
Brochure (Final) 5.pdf

New!


Online

Advanced
Leadership and
Practice

Dramatic change will occur in public
health and health care in the next
decade. This course provides public
health practitioners
and other health
care providers with the leadership skills
necessary to work effectively in the
change environment at a community,
state or regional level. These leadership
skills are essential for designing and
advocating for programs and policies
necessa
ry to promote health.

http://lms.southcentralpartnership
.org/scphp/mycourse_desc.php?
&id=198



Cost: Free


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New!


Online

The Roots of
Health Inequity


Based on a soci
al justice framework, the
course is an introduction to ground
public health practitioners in concepts
and strategies for taking action in
everyday practice.


For more information, including
guidance documents about how
your organization can use the
course,

please contact
rootsofhealthinequity@naccho.or
g

The site offers a starting place for those
who want to address systemic
differences in health and wellness that
are actionable, unfair, an
d unjust.

New!

Approximate
ly 75
minutes

Online

Life Course
Nutrition:
Maternal and
Child Health
Strategies in
Public Health

This course, based on the life course
framework, shows

nutrition and growth
in early life

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