H-PERLC – Course Catalog
The H-PERLC trainings are developed to provide continuing education opportunities for people working in all areas of disaster planning and response. Courses are based on the Public Health Preparedness and Response Core Competency Model developed by CDC and ASPH.
Model leadership refers to the responsibility of each mid-level worker to stand up and contribute in all phases of an emergency. To watch presentations below, click here.
- Integrating and Engaging Racially and Ethnically Diverse Communities in Public Health Preparedness and Response, Dennis Andrulis, PhD MPH
- A Decade of Lessons Learned Post 9/11, Marcia Testa, MPH, PhD
- Crisis, Crossroads and Credibility, Julie Gerberding, MD, MPH
- Leading Health Crises Responses at CDC, Richard Besser, MD
- The Role of FEMA as Part of the National Emergency Management System, Richard Serino, Deputy Administrator FEMA
- What Real Events Teach Us About Preparedness and Response, Nicole Lurie, MD, MSPH
- Towards a Resilient Civil Society, Talia Levanon, MSW
- Grass Roots Organization’s Formation of a Model Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) in Low-Income Housing Communities, Eileen Smith, RN, BS
- Bath Salts, Shawn Yardley, MS, LSW
- Mental Health Literacy amongst Immigrants following Disasters or Traumatic Events, Linda Marc-Clérismé, ScD, MPH, MS
Communicate and manage information refers to the mid-level workers’ need to communicate before, during, and after an emergency. To watch presentations below, click here.
- Public Communication of Risk in 21st Century: Promises and Challenges, K. Viswanath, PhD
- Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication for Health Educators, Part A: Recognizing Reactions, Part B: Understanding Your Role as a Health Educator, Part C: Communicating the Message Across Different Segments of the Population; Danielle Blanch Hartigan, PhD, MPH, Sarah Massin-Short, MPH, Elena Savoia, MD, MPH
- Bird Flu Research: Dangerous Information on a Deadly Virus, Jeanne Guillemin, David R. Franz, Barry R. Bloom, Marc Lipsitch
- Response to the Earthquake, Tsunami, and Nuclear Crisis in Japan, Takashi Nagata, Jennifer Leaning, Michael VanRooyen, Gordon Thompson, Michael Reich
Plan for and Improve Practice
Plan for and improve practice refers to mid-level workers’ contribution of subject matter and program expertise to prepare for, and increase, responder effectiveness in emergency situations.
- Emergency Planning for Local Public Health, Dottie Bernard, MPH
- Introduction to CHEMPACK: Module 1, Dottie Bernard, MPH
- CHEMPACK Response Procedures for Nerve Agent Incidents: Module 2 for CT, Carly Levy, MPH
- Logistics & Maintenance of the CHEMPACK Containers: Module 3 for CT, Carly Levy, MPH
- CHEMPACK Response Procedures for Nerve Agent Incidents: Module 2 for VT, Dottie Bernard, MPH
- Logistics & Maintenance of the CHEMPACK Containers: Module 3 for VT, Dottie Bernard, MPH
Public Health and the Incident Command System: An Overview, Brent Reagor, RS
- The Great Springfield Tornado, Robert Hassett, MPH
- What Did We Learn From the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic About Public Health Emergency Preparedness Systems?, Part 1, Michael A. Stoto, PhD
- What Did We Learn From the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic About Public Health Emergency Preparedness Systems?, Part 2, Michael A. Stoto, PhD
- Review of Current Doctrine Regarding After Action Reporting, Paul Biddinger, MD FACEP
- Using Exercises to Enhance and Measure Preparedness, Paul Biddinger, MD FACEP