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TitleDelivery MethodAction
HCPHP Webinar Series: Session 1 - Community Continuity and Resilience and The RED Plan
This is an archived version of the live webinar held July 15, 2010. This is the first in a series on Preparedness sponsored by Heartland Center for Public Health Preparedness.

Description: Discussion will include the RED Plan or Residential Enclaves Concept for building local community resilience for response to public health emergencies, hurricanes, etc. In addition, we will identify the resources, education/training, and communication systems involved in developing s…
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HCPHP Webinar Series: Session 2 - Faith-Based Preparedness Development - Adams County Health Departm…
This is an archived version of the live webinar held August 26, 2010. This is the second in a series on Preparedness sponsored by Heartland Center for Public Health Preparedness.

Description: Participants and presenters will discuss network development and planning efforts required to build faith-based organizations as communication hubs and support for emergency response and recovery efforts during disasters. Discussion will also include information about the use of f…
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HCPHP Webinar Series: Session 3 - Using Quality Improvement Tools to Advance Public Health Preparedn…
This is an archived recording of a live Webinar event held on October 7, 2010.

Description: During this webinar, participants will be provided with real world examples of how quality improvement tools have been used in H1N1 planning, response, and evaluation in Kansas. Presenters will describe utilization of QI tools in local vaccine distribution and administration, as well as in a statewide H1N1 “hot wash” activity conducted during the Summer of 2010.

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HCPHP Webinar Series: Session 4 - Functional Needs Support Services Planning Tool
This is an archived recording of a live Webinar event held on November 22, 2010.

Description: Audrain County Office of Emergency Management pilot program to track functional needs and vulnerable populations in times of emergencies and high consequence events. A review of the pilot program, automated racking systems, and use in planning for evacuation and interventions.

Learning Objectives:
• Provide County level Functional Needs Support S…
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HCPHP Webinar Series: Session 5 - Kentucky Environmental Strike Team Development
This is an archived recording of a live Webinar event held on January 20, 2011.

Description: The motivating factors that precipitated the development of regional strike teams in Kentucky and the initial planning process will be discussed. Learn about the training plan and skill sets for team members, the KHELPS registration and credentialing process, and “go-kits” developed for each team. Regional Strike Team Leaders will be available to discuss lessons learned from pr…
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HCPHP Webinar Series: Session 6 - Public Private Partnerships: A Success Story
This is an archived recording of a live Webinar event held on March 31, 2011.

Description: Now in its seventh year, the “Don’t Bug Me” flu awareness and prevention campaign, a joint partnership between Hillcrest Medical Center and the Tulsa Health Department, is designed to teach healthy lifestyle habits to avoid getting or spreading the flu. The awareness effort is conducted throughout classrooms and businesses, and is supported by materials provided to teachers and b…
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HCPHP Webinar Series: Session 7 - St. Louis Area Regional Response System: Development of the St. Lo…
This is an archived recording of a live Webinar event held on July 25, 2011.

Description: This program will provide an awareness of the core concepts and structure of the Regional Healthcare Coordination Plan (PHCP) and the St. Louis Medical Operations Center (SMOC). Presenter will discuss the process and strategies for implementation of the SMOC and some highlights from the Standard Operating Guidelines. In addition, the mobilization of Duty Officers and Lessons Learn…
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HCPHP Webinar Series: Session 8 - Creating a Network of Workplace Points of Dispensing
This is an archived webinar, originally held in August 2011. You must have Windows Media Player to view this presentation.
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Description: In early 2011 the St. Loui…
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HCPHP Webinar Series: Session 9 - Advanced Practice Center (APC) Preparedness Resources and the Infe…
This is an archived webinar and requires Windows Media Player to view. If you do not have Windows Media Player, you can download it for free at:
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Description: The San Francisco Department of Public Health is one of eight local health departments from across the country currently serving as an Advanced Practice Center (APC.) The APC Program serves the public health community by developing free …
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HCPHP Webinar Series:Session 10 - Faith Community Nurses and Emergency Preparedness
This is an archived webinar and requires Windows Media Player to view. You can download the player for free at
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Description: All communities, whether rural or urban, have at least one church, synagogue, mosque, temple or other religious community. In times of disaster, members of the community or neighborhood look to the local religious community for guidance and support. This webinar will focu…
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HCPHP Webinar Series:Session 11 - Evolution of the Public Health EOC
This is an archived webinar and requires Windows Media Player to view. You can download a free player at http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/products/windows-media-player

Description: Presenter will share his experience in the design and operation of an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) for the coordination of incident command functions during public health emergencies and other high consequence events. Dave’s EOC experience dates back to 2001, while working in …
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HCPHP Webinar Series:Session 12 - Joplin Tornado: Sharing the Hospital Story
This is an archive of a live webinar originally aired on November 30, 2011.

Description: On May 22, 2011, an EF-5 tornado destroyed much of Joplin, Missouri including one of two acute care hospitals. St. John’s Regional Medical Center was destroyed and required immediate evacuation of the entire building. Freeman Health System responded with primary responsibility to manage the victims of the storm resulting in overwhelming medical and trauma surge. The response requi…
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HCPHP Webinar Series:Session 13 - Building Sustainable Health Care Coalitions in Rural and Small Met…
This is an archive of a live webinar originally aired on February 8, 2012.

Description: In recent years, the Medical Surge Capacity and Capability Framework, specifically the Tier 2 – Health Care Coalition concept has been adopted in outstate Missouri to provide guidance and structure to emergency preparedness planning and response. This webinar will summarize the strategic vision and approach implemented in Missouri to develop practical and sustainable healthcare coali…
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HCPHP Webinar Series:Session 14 - On the Safe Side: Site Security and Traffic Management for Points …
This is an archive of a live webinar originally aired on February 29, 2012.

Description: Whether manmade or naturally occurring, a public health emergency poses many challenges for the local public health, healthcare, and law enforcement systems. During such an event, it is expected that these systems will respond in a coordinated, efficient, and timely manner to protect the public. However, in many instances, these systems remain in their respective silos and do not p…
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HCPHP Webinar Series:Session 15 - The Role of the Federally Qualified Health Centers in Community Di…
This is an archive of a live webinar originally aired on March 22, 2012.

Description: The program will provide an overview of the components of emergency preparedness planning, the role of the FQHC in emergency response, and examples of how FQHCs have utilized their response systems in past emergencies. In addition, the program will include a description of the Incident Command System (ICS), specific roles of staff members assigned to the ICS, and integration of the FQH…
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HCPHP Webinar Series:Session 16 - Federally Qualified Health Centers: Proven Community Partners in R…
This is an archive of a live webinar originally aired on April 10, 2012.

Description: On May 22, 2011, when an EF 5 Tornado struck Joplin, Missouri, causing widespread destruction, devastation and death, ACCESS Family Care, a federally qualified health center in Southwest Missouri, had a Disaster Plan and activated it. In this Webinar Chief Operating Officer, Debra Davidson, PhD, and Medical Director, Charles Bentlage, M.D., describe the extent of the damage and the ac…
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HCPHP Webinar Series:Session 17 - Practical Application of Seasonal and Pandemic Influenza Vaccinati…
This is an archive of a live webinar originally aired on June 14, 2012.

Description: The Seasonal and Pandemic Influenza Vaccination Assessment (SPIVA) Toolkit was created by the San Francisco Bay Area Advanced Practice Center (APC) to help local health department staff prepare for future influenza pandemics by practicing their survey, assessment, and implementation skills each year during seasonal influenza. Community assessment is a key public health function that i…
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