The National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) is looking for environmental health professionals (EHPs) with diverse career backgrounds for the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) and NEHA’s Extension for Community Health Outcomes (ECHO) Hurricane Response Hub webinar series project. This project includes EHPs, public health nurses, epidemiologists, environmental code enforcers, or all others who contribute to environmental disaster response.
In this six-session ECHO webinar series, presenters and panelist will address resilience by teaching to facilitate individual and workforce strategies focused on managing stressors induced by prolonged hurricane emergencies.
We are specifically looking for professionals to:
- Serve as a presenter on one of six webinars, or
- Serve on an expert panel.
For those who are interested in presenting, this is a one-time commitment of 2-3 hours. If interested in being a panelist, the time commitment will be 2-3 hours once a week for six weeks. The series is set to start in mid- January and extend through February. Individuals will be contracted through NNPHI and receive compensation for their time. The target audience for the webinar series is public health professionals on the ground-level during hurricanes in Texas, Louisiana, Georgia, Florida, or Puerto Rico.