Session: Effective Methods of Training and Development of the Public Health Workforce Roundtable
4205.0: Tuesday, November 18, 2003: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM
Effective Methods of Training and Development of the Public Health Workforce Roundtable
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Panelist(s):Patricia D. Parker
Table 1Introductory Remarks
Table 2University of Northern Iowa Global Health Corps:Training Health Promoters
Michele Yehieli, DrPH, Michele Yehieli, DrPH
Table 3Emergency preparedness training for local health professionals
Mitchel A Rosen, MS, Jim Morris, Leah Z. Ziskin, MD, MS, Marcia M. Sass, ScD, Sylvia H. Bookbinder, MPH, CHES, Richard Lynch, PhD, CIH
Table 4Evaluation of academic training for a diverse workforce using the LASSI testing instrument
R. Cruz Begay, DrPH
Table 5Strategic planning: Using epidemiological data to identify training needs among health department personnel for TB control
Joan Mangan, MST, deNay Kirkpatrick, MSN, Nancy B. Keenon, MPH, Frank Bruce, BS, Pam Barrett, BSW, Kimberly M. Taylor, MPH, Michael E. Kimerling, MD, MPH
Table 6Linking systems for disseminating health promotion capacity and innovations
Kerry L. Robinson, MA, Susan J. Elliott, PhD, John D. Eyles, PhD, S. Michelle Driedger, PhD
Table 7Withdrawn -- Turning the lens inward: Using qualitative assessment techniques to assess organizational needs and improve service delivery
Karin Haberlin, MA, Ann Ueda
Table 8Applying Public Health Core Competencies to public health practice within a city health department unit
M. Ann Ricksecker, MPH, Geneva Vaughan-Harris, PhD, Lisa M. Tilley, MS, Daniel J. Johnson, MA, Sharron Goode, John Cella, MPA, Susan Rubinstein
Table 9Building a new model for teaching cultural and linguistic competency skills
Ann Ueda, Harold J. Phillips, Jeremy Holman
Table 10Capacity building for program evaluation in Alameda County Public Department
Mia Luluquisen, DrPH, MPH, RN, Elizabeth S. Maker, MPH, Kelly Nicole Nanney, MPH, Sandra M Witt, DrPH
Table 11Ten essential public health functions: Assessing the training needs of the Texas public health workforce
Steve Borders, MHA, Craig Blakely, Kenneth R. McLeroy, PhD, Barbara Quiram, PhD
Table 12Concluding Remarks
Organized by:Health Administration
CE Credits:CME, Nursing, Pharmacy

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