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Public Health Emergency Law &
Forensic Epidemiology Training
The Public Health Law Program of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention has just released version three of the Public Health Emergency
Law and Forensic Epidemiology training materials on CD-ROM. These self-contained
training packages were developed by for use by instructors in any jurisdiction
in the United States who provide public health preparedness training to
Public Health Emergency Law is targeted at public health practitioners and
emergency management professionals to improve understanding of the role
of law as a public health tool. Materials include three lecture units with
PowerPoint slides, an interactive case study, and a Course Manager's Guide.
Notes for instructors and other supplemental information are also included.
Forensic Epidemiology is designed to help public health and law enforcement
agencies strengthen coordination of responses to pandemic influenza and
similar threats. Materials include a new CDC-developed case study on pandemic
influenza as well as scenarios and training materials from other developers.
To download read-only copies of the new materials, choose from below:
Public Health Emergency Law
PHEL Case Study Instructor Version.pdf
PHEL Course Manager's Guide.pdf
FE Case Study Instructor Version.pdf
For those who wish to conduct Forensic Epidemiology 3.0 or Public Health Emergency Law 3.0
training, a free CD-ROM with complete, customizable versions of the new materials and all supplemental materials can be ordered
: click here.
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