Laboratory Training External Partner Resources
We want to provide this space as a location where you can view training programs that others groups and organizations around the nation provide. Below, you will find a list of learning providers, as well as lists of courses they offer, links to programs, and other information. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention does not own or control the information on these sites - we are providing them merely as a service to the laboratory community. If you encounter any broken links or errors with the courses, please contact the provider associated with the materials.
Additional Laboratory Training Courses
Association of Public Health Laboratories
The Association of Public Health Laboratories works to strengthen laboratory systems serving the public’s health in the United States and globally. The Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) is the national organization representing state and local governmental health laboratories in the United States. Its members, known as “public health laboratories,” monitor and detect health threats to protect the health and safety of Americans.
Iowa/State Hygienic Laboratory at the University of Iowa
We offer a variety of learning modules in the following topic areas: CLIA compliance, rule out/refer procedures for agents of bioterrorism, and general laboratory topics such as influenza surveillance, chain of custody, and foodborne outbreak investigation.
Courses are also offered through Prepare Iowa for public health professionals on topics such as the role of sentinel labs in emergency response and biosafety.
Education, Training and Outreach Director
firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 319-335-4303
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