Public Health System Training in Disaster Recovery (PH STriDR)
NCDMPH is pleased to present this training program, designed for local public health agency workers, which focuses on individual and organizational contributions to disaster recovery. The program includes materials for trainers and materials for learners.
Through four 90-minute, interactive, face-to face sessions, this training program introduces: the concept of community disaster recovery; the disaster recovery roles of the local public health agency and the individuals who work within it; and potential personal/family and workplace considerations in the recovery phase. It also provides an opportunity for learners to create a vision of successful disaster recovery in their agency and community.
To access the video on youtube.com, please click here: Local Public Health Disaster Recovery Training
This work is supported by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Cooperative Agreement