The CPHP is one of my top go-to resources when I don’t know an answer to a public health related question, and, especially when I don’t even know how to begin find an answer. The staff are all focused on making public health great in our state, are well-connected to individuals doing excellent work, and are always helpful, approachable and kind. Without a doubt, the CPHP houses some of my favorite public health professionals. From the individual technical assistance they provide to facilitating group trainings throughout Colorado, the CPHP is invaluable and one of the greatest assets within the Colorado Public Health community.
Student Outbreak Response Training - November 3, 9am-1pm
Registration for this event is required. Thirty spaces available on first-come, first-serve basis.
Presented by Elaine Scallan, PhD (CSPH) and Rachel Jervis, MPH (CDPHE)
This intensive half-day course will train students in interview techniques used in foodborne disease outbreak investigations. Students who complete the course will be added to a “Rapid Responder” list and will be invited to assist in outbreak investigations coordinated by the CDPHE and possibly other local public health agencies. Students in the beginning or middle of their program are encouraged to attend.
This course is hosted by the Colorado Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence.
Welcome and Course Overview (Elaine Scallan, CSPH)
Basics of study design in outbreak investigations (Elaine Scallan, CSPH)
Interview Practice Session 1
Interview techniques (Rachel Jervis, CDPHE)
Interview Practice Session 2
Discussion (Review Interview Practice Session 2)
Interview Practice Session 3
Discussion (Review Interview Practice Session 3)
To learn more about the CoE and additional trainings, visit www.COFoodSafety.org