Session: Partnerships in Preparedness Academic and Practice Partners Working Together to Address Workforce Development
3159.0: Monday, November 17, 2003: 12:30 PM-2:00 PM
Oral
Partnerships in Preparedness Academic and Practice Partners Working Together to Address Workforce Development
The CDC funded Academic Centers for Public Health Preparedness are a national network of training centers located in Schools of Public Health that work with state and local public health agencies to assess, develop, deliver and evaluate competency-based training relevant to the needs of state and local public health professionals. These geographically dispersed centers work together nationally to share resources so they inturn may work with their local partners to address workforce issues. This presentation will illustrate successful examples of how academic-practice partnerships work together to assess, monitor, develop, and deliver training needs for the workforce.
Learning Objectives: 1) Describe the development of a public health workforce training needs assessment 2) Describe an approach and mechanism for tracking workforce needs for a state 3) Explain the importance and an approach to a collaboratively designed training program for state and local public health workforce.
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
12:30 PMPreparedness and Core Competency Results from a Workforce Assessment
Mary Davis, DrPH, MSPH, Pia MacDonald, PhD, MPH, M Lisa Macon, BSPH, H. Pennington Whiteside, MSPH
12:45 PMAssessing Emergency Preparedness and Bioterrorism Training Needs: Designing and implementing a region wide assessment
Carolyn J. Stemshorn, MPH, Suzanne Swadener, RN, MHA, David Pearson, PhD, Jack Thompson, MSW
1:00 PMTaking the G-TRAIN: A collaborative approach to tracking workforce needs in Georgia
Melissa Alperin, MPH, CHES, Kathleen R. Miner, PhD, MPH, CHES, Charlotte Duggan, Cherie Drenzek, DVM, Cam Escoffery, MPH, CHES, Ann Duttera Council, MPH, John Brunet, MS, Iris E. Smith, PhD, MPH, Elizabeth (Mimi) Joy
1:15 PMBuilding a sustainable public health preparedness train-the-trainer program through community partnerships
Laurie M. Walkner, RN, MA, Ralph Wilmoth, MPH, MPA
1:30 PMInnovative preparedness partnerships: Academic, public and private collaborations with mutual benefit in crisis leadership training development
Danielle C. Landis, MPH, PhD, W. Michael Reid, PhD, MBA
Organized by:Academic Public Health Caucus
CE Credits:CME, Health Education (CHES), Nursing, Pharmacy

The 131st Annual Meeting (November 15-19, 2003) of APHA