Epidemiologic Surveillance after Natural Disaster

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Epidemiologic Surveillance after Natural Disaster

Training Target Audience: 

Designed for people involved in disaster management for natural disasters. It will benefit government personnel, representatives of private voluntary agencies, and other individuals interested in disaster/emergency management

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Additional Information: 

Students will earn 20 Professional Development Hours (PDH) and 2 Continuing Education Units (CEU)

Course Summary:

Independent study course

The topics of this course are:

Relative Risk of Communicable Disease after Natural versus Manmade Disasters, Exposure of Susceptibles to Endemic Communicable Disease, Special Problems with Communicable Disease in Encamped Populations, Surveillance Sources Following Disaster, Diseases to Include in Surveillance, The Collection, Interpretation and Utilization of Data, Providing Feedback to the Field from the Central Level, Field Investigation of Rumors, Immunization, Chemotherapy, Quarantine and Isolation

General Information

Course information is subject to change.

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