UMCPHP - Grand Rounds Series


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This series of educational programs features topics of contemporary concern to front-line and reference professionals with public health preparedness responsibilities. The series is offered via live web cast, archived web cast, and on CD Rom, VHS, DVD and audiotape. Viewing the live web cast or archived web cast are free of charge but do require registration. CD Rom, VHS, and DVD copies of the programs can be ordered using the online order form at A wide range of groups, organizations and committees are asked to advise the Center on topics and speakers for the Grand Rounds Series. Suggestions from evaluations and emerging concerns are also used to determine the series’ topics. The current sessions' topics are listed below. Protecting the health of our commmunities requires a well-trained public health workforce that is able to prepare for, promptly identify, and respond to public health threats. The Upper Midwest Center for Public Health Preparedness (UMCPHP) is one of 52 Centers for Public Health Preparedness funded by a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. UMCPHP serves the Upper Midwest and was established to strengthen the capacity of the public health workforce to respond to bioterrorism and other public health emergencies.

172 episodes available. A new episode about every 19 days averaging 48 mins duration .