U Albany School of Public HealthdecorativeU Albany School of Public Health Continuing EductaiondecorativeNYS Department of HealthdecorativeCPHP Network

Center for Public Health Preparedness

Important Information

After viewing the webcast, please complete the Evaluation.

Get handouts for this event

For additional information please contact us via email, or phone 518-486-7921. There is no charge for this program. Reservations are requested – please use contact information above.

Event Detail

Bridging Community Partners through Drills & Exercises

January 10, 2008

Webcast Archive:
See the Webstream of this presentation

Program Description:
This program highlights the importance of partnering with community based organizations to protect vulnerable populations during disasters. The speaker describes a multi-agency coordinating group which was formed to enhance human and technological capacity to communicate and to better manage regional health and medical resources in an all-hazards emergency or disaster.

At the conclusion of the presentation, participants will be able to:

  1. Recognize the need to collaborate with community partners in preparedness planning efforts
  2. Develop strategies to engage community partners in emergency planning
  3. Identify lessons learned through drills and exercises conducted in collaboration with community based organizations
  4. Describe the value of a health and medical multi-agency coordinating group during emergencies

Flyers:   Word Format   PDF Format  

Who Should Attend:
National audience of state and local public health professionals and their partners (e.g., healthcare professionals, EMS personnel, law enforcement, media representatives, etc).

NYCEPCE Sponsored by the New York Consortium for Emergency Preparedness Continuing Education (NYCEPCE) under the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) Bioterrorism Training and Curriculum Development Program, award number 5 T01HP01411-04-00. The contents of this program are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of ASPR.



Image Mapper CEPH Association of Schools of Public Health New York State Department of Health