Partner Tools and Resources
A Structured Approach to Effective Partnering
In early 2012, the OPPE Partnerships Team undertook the development of a strategic partnership plan to more effectively engage current stakeholders across the preparedness community and identify new potential partners for future collaborations. Recommendations and best practices from their research and interviews can be found in the paper: A Structured Approach to Effective Partnering: Lessons Learned from Public and Private Sector Leaders.
Produced by the CDC Foundation, Business Pulse focuses on a different topic each quarter. In their first issue, Business Pulse highlighted CDC’s role in public health preparedness and response, including CDC’s resources that advance business preparedness and continuity efforts. Explore How CDC Protects Business, from Chronic Health Threats to Major Emergencies.
Clinician Outreach Communication Activity (COCA)
COCA partners with national medical and public health organizations to ensure that clinicians have timely, credible, and accurate information needed to provide care. COCA partners serve a wide variety of healthcare providers including: Physicians, Nurses, Physician Assistants, Pharmacists, Veterinarians, First Responders, Public Health Practitioners, Health Departments. COCA values its partners and works in collaboration with these organizations to rapidly distribute information to clinicians. Through COCA, CDC is able to partner with medical and public health organizations to promote a safe and healthy nation. Organizations interested in becoming a COCA Partner should contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about COCA
Lessons Learned Information sharing (LLIS.gov)
Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS.gov) is a Department of Homeland Security/Federal Emergency Management Agency program. LLIS.gov serves as the national, online network of lessons learned, best practices, and innovative ideas for the emergency management and homeland security communities. This information and collaboration resource helps emergency response providers and homeland security officials prevent, protect against, respond to, and recover from terrorist attacks, natural disasters, and other emergencies. LLIS.gov provides federal, state, local, tribal and territorial responders and emergency managers with a wealth of information and front-line expertise on effective planning, training, and operational practices across homeland security functional areas. LLIS.gov includes a library of exclusive documents and user-submitted materials related to all aspects of homeland security and emergency management. Lessons Learned, Good Stories, Notes from the Field, Trend Analysis and Practice Notes produced by LLIS.gov are researched in consultation with subject-matter experts or identified in after action reports, but should not be considered peer-reviewed research.
CDC’s Healthcare Preparedness Activity
The Healthcare Preparedness Activity (HPA) within the Division of Strategic National Stockpile works to improve the healthcare delivery system’s ability to respond to potential natural disasters and public health threats, such as pandemic influenza. Read more on how HPA works to enhance healthcare response, and review various resources that are available.
Healthcare Preparedness: Resources by Setting
HPA provides tools and other resources intended to enhance preparedness from multiple sectors that impact healthcare and public health. This tool provides a list of resources intended for health planners that are organized by location settings. Learn more about which resources are recommended for various settings.
The CDC Foundation is dedicated solely to helping CDC do more, faster, by forging partnerships between CDC and those in the private sector – foundations, corporations and individuals – who want to help CDC protect and improve health. Several former CDC directors and leaders helped establish the Foundation and shape our mission, recognizing a viable opportunity to help CDC fill funding gaps and better connect with the private sector.
Although the Foundation was chartered by Congress, it is not a government agency and not a division of CDC. It is a private, nonprofit organization classified as a 501(c)(3) public charity. Operating outside of the federal appropriations process gives the Foundation valuable flexibility and access to resources and opportunities that may not be available to CDC.
As an independent, nonprofit organization established by Congress, the Foundation offers individuals and organizations a powerful way to participate in CDC's mission. Since 1995, the CDC Foundation has made a direct and dramatic impact on public health by uniting a wide range of private sector partners with CDC scientists to achieve common goals. Learn more about the CDC Foundation
- Page last reviewed: June 17, 2016
- Page last updated: June 17, 2016
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