CDC Distance Learning on Outbreak Investigation
CDC is pleased to announce the release of a new computer-based case study,
“Salmonella in the Caribbean.” Based on a real-life outbreak investigation, this self-instructional, interactive exercise teaches public health practitioners skills in outbreak investigation and allows them to apply and practice those skills. Students can receive continuing education credits through CDC for completing the case study and have fun while they do it!
To download the case study for FREE, and to find out about other distance learning opportunities,
visit the CDC's
Epidemiologic Case Studies website.
Online Distance Learning
NEHA, in cooperation with the CDC Environmental Public Health Tracking (EPHT)
Branch, and the National Center for Environmental Health, Division of
Emergency and Environmental Health Services, is pleased to announce 4 FREE
online distance learning courses available through NEHA-CERT:
Health Tracking 101 - 4 CE Credits
Training in Emergency Response -- 12 CE Credits
Public Health Performance Standards Workshop -- 4 CE Credits
Biology and Control of
Insects and Rodents Workshop - 12 CE Credits
courses completed through NEHA-CERT will be automatically added to your
account - no additional paperwork or submission forms to fill out!