Training Highlights: Federal Resources, Building Public Support, Disease Surveillance, and Child Asthma Emergencies.

Our highlighted trainings this week’s topics cover tapping into federal resources, building support for Washington state public health, surveillance and investigation, and responding on-site to a child asthma emergency.

Working Together for the Future: Tapping into Federal Programs and Services in Your Community

From: Region IV Public Health Training Center

On Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 12pm – 1:30pm EST, this live webinar will highlight federal programs and services, with emphasis on how health departments can leverage available resources that may improve health outcomes within communities they serve. The webinar will highlight resources from HRSA and the Office of Minority Health as well as ways to access them.

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Public Health is Essential! Stories and Action for Rebuilding Washington’s Core Services

From: Region X Northwest Public Health Training Center

Join Region 10 on January 24, 2017 at 12pm – 1:00pm PT for this one-hour webinar, which is part of the training center’s Hot Topics series. As part of the webinar, government affairs specialists will discuss a statewide plan to build public support for funding essential public health services in Washington.

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Disease Surveillance and Investigation

From: Region V Great Lakes Public Health Training Collaborative

As part of this archived webinar, participants are coached to identify resources for case investigation and articulate best practices for case investigation and surveillance.

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Responding to an Asthma Episode in the Medical Room

From: Region II Public Health Training Center

This module (part of a series) was developed with content experts in the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Office of School Health. This module covers three key factors in each response to an asthma episode, including assessment of whether a child is in respiratory distress, has a medication administration form on file, and has a documented asthma diagnosis.

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