Quality health workforce professional education programs are provided below.
 
Preparedness & Community Response to Pandemics
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Provider: University at Albany School of Public Health
Professional CEUs: CNE, CME, CHES available – 6.0 credits
Method: Online modules
Completion Time: 6 hours
Description: The goals of this program are for the participant to be able to describe the public health role in emergency response during an influenza outbreak or pandemic, to recognize unusual events that might indicate an emergency and to describe appropriate action. Additionally, participants will be able to describe their functional role(s) in emergency response and apply flexible thinking to unusual challenges within their functional role. The program will help the participant understand why the influenza virus is capable of producing worldwide outbreaks. Participants will explore the epidemiology, historical context, and response efforts related to both seasonal and worldwide influenza outbreaks.
 
ABC’s of Pandemic Influenza
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Provider: North Carolina Public Health Preparedness Center
Professional CEUs: 0.5 CEUs
Method: Online module
Completion Time: 25 minutes
Description: The goals of this program are for the participant to understand the history and possible impact of an influenza pandemic, describe the current threat of pandemic influenza, and discuss the challenges of interventions to control the spread of a pandemic influenza.
 
Pandemic Influenza: A Justice Case Study
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Provider: North Carolina Public Health Preparedness Center
Professional CEUs: 0.5 CEUs
Method: Online module
Completion Time: 25 minutes
Description: The goals of this program are for the participant to understand the ethical considerations and how concepts of justice are applied to anticipated responses in an influenza epidemic.
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