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Tactical, Operational, and Strategic Planning

Tactical, Operational, and Strategic Planning

In Part 1, learn how to enhance emergency support from experts in infection control, public health emergency preparedness and management, and industrial hygiene.

POD-Based Planning and Mass Vaccination

POD-Based Planning and Mass Vaccination

In Part 2, gain a closer look at the successes and challenges of traditional POD-based planning concepts and training during a mass vaccination rollout.

Science Driving Infection Control Operations

Science Driving Infection Control Operations

In Part 3, understand how to use science-driven operations to securely operate large-scale mass vaccination sites and hear lessons learned from experts after implementation.

What is Project Firstline?

National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) and NNPHI unpack the basics of Project Firstline and infection control. Click the title to listen or access the show notes for more information.

Emerging Lessons from the COVID-19 Response

Emerging Lessons from the COVID-19 Response

This webinar highlights lessons learned from the Public Health Institute of Metropolitan Chicago, words from NNPHI CEO Dr. Vincent Lafronza, a keynote speech from Grantmakers In Health CEO Dr. Cara James on philanthropy and equitable COVID-19 responses, the Louisiana Public Health Institute’s health equity efforts, and spoken word from Alana Jackson.

Multisector Partnerships for Health Equity

Multisector Partnerships for Health Equity

This breakout session highlights the work of Congresswoman Barbara Lee of California and Dr. Marcus Hunter, a UCLA Professor, with Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation. This national movement seeks to bring about sustainable change to address the effects of racism.

A Blueprint for 2021 and Beyond

A Blueprint for 2021 and Beyond

This breakout session highlights the Colorado Health Institute and lessons learned from Colorado’s COVID-19 response. Components also feature attendees sharing lessons learned and an interactive case study on equitable vaccine distribution.

Elected Officials Leading The Effort To Depoliticize Public Health

Elected Officials Leading The Effort To Depoliticize Public Health

This breakout session highlights Delegate Jheanelle Wilkins of Maryland, Supervisor Lena Fowler of Arizona, and Councilmember Helena Moreno of Louisiana. The panel discusses their unique equitable approaches to guide state response, recovery, and rebuilding during COVID-19.

IPC Public Health Conversation with Dr. Timothy Landers

IPC Public Health Conversation with Dr. Timothy Landers

This conversation features Dr. Timothy Landers, a Nurse Scientist and Epidemiologist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. He discusses why IPC is important during the pandemic, his role in Project Firstline, and how the project supports health workers and public health professionals.

IPC Public Health Conversation with Dr. Robert Smith and Dr. Lionel Fraser

IPC Public Health Conversation with Dr. Robert Smith and Dr. Lionel Fraser

This conversation features Dr. Robert Smith, the CEO of Central MS Health Services and Dr. Lionel Fraser, Jr, the Central MS Health Services Medical Director. They discuss their work in community health centers (a model rooted in the Civil Rights Era), their unique IPC challenges, and the need for equitable vaccine distribution and access to care.

Project Firstline Environmental Health Q&A Session with Gina Bare, RN and Dr. Timothy Landers

Project Firstline Environmental Health Q&A Session with Gina Bare, RN and Dr. Timothy Landers

This Q&A session features Gina Bare, RN, the Associate Director of Program and Partnership Development for the National Environmental Health Association and Dr. Timothy Landers, a Nurse Scientist and Epidemiologist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. The discuss the interplay of infection control and environmental health, why collaboration matters, and important COVID-19 infection control guidelines for environmental health professionals.

Inside Infection Control - What do new Covid-19 stains mean for infection control (episode 19)

What Do New COVID-19 Strains Mean for Infection Control?

Dr. Abby explains how virus mutations happen, why new virus strains make infection control actions more important than ever, and the tools you need to help keep you safe from any strain of COVID-19 in this episode of Inside Infection Control.

Tactical, Operational, and Strategic Planning

Tactical, Operational, and Strategic Planning

In Part 1, learn how to enhance emergency support from experts in infection control, public health emergency preparedness and management, and industrial hygiene.

POD-Based Planning and Mass Vaccination

POD-Based Planning and Mass Vaccination

In Part 2, gain a closer look at the successes and challenges of traditional POD-based planning concepts and training during a mass vaccination rollout.

Science Driving Infection Control Operations

Science Driving Infection Control Operations

In Part 3, understand how to use science-driven operations to securely operate large-scale mass vaccination sites and hear lessons learned from experts after implementation.

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