Notice to Readers: New Public Health Emergency Law and Forensic Epidemiology Training Materials Released
CDC's Public Health Law Program has released version 3.0 of its Public Health Emergency Law and Forensic Epidemiology training materials on CD-ROM. These self-contained training packages were developed for use by instructors in any jurisdiction in the United States to provide public health preparedness training to front-line practitioners.
Public Health Emergency Law is designed to help public health practitioners and emergency management professionals improve their understanding of the use of law as a public health tool. 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.
Information regarding ordering a free CD-ROM with the two sets of training materials is available at http://www2.cdc.gov/phlp/phel.asp. Additional information is available via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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