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- Relaunch: CDC's Yellow Fever Vaccine Course with Free CE10/8/2019 10:05:00 AMInterested in learning more about the yellow fever vaccine? Get free continuing education credit with CDC's yellow fever vaccine course. This course provides health educators and other health professionals with comprehensive and up-to-date information on the history and epidemiology of yellow fever, vaccine recommendations, pre-travel consultation, and how to become a designated yellow fever vaccination provider. Sign up today!
- Create better training with CDC's E-learning Institute10/1/2019 12:00:00 PMPublic health training developers: Create better training with expert help from CDC and the Public Health Foundation. If you develop training for your organization, we invite you to apply to this free, virtual six-month E-Learning Institute (ELI) Fellowship. Applicants do not need to have formal education in training development; our skilled training developers serve as mentors for the fellows. Learn more about ELI. The deadline to apply is October 25!"
- Vermont Public Health Association presents the Team Up, Take Action Conference10/1/2019 10:17:00 AMMental health, substance use, aging, chronic disease, and access to care are enduring health issues of concern to rural and isolated Northern New England communities. The fourth Team Up, Take Action conference convenes public health and healthcare professionals, community activists, and health advocates to advance best practices and to build collective capacity to improve health and health equity through partnership. Director José T. Montero, MD, MHCDS, Center for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Support, CDC, will be this year's keynote speaker and will discuss partnering and leadership as key tools for population health.
- CDC Releases Linked Information for Nonfatal Crash Surveillance (LINCS) Guide 9/30/2019 10:28:00 AMCDC is releasing the Linked Information for Nonfatal Crash Surveillance (LINCS) Guide to help states start or expand data linkage programs. Different data sources have different information; linking these existing data sources, such as police, hospital, and emergency medical service records, is one method to better understand motor vehicle crashes and to help prevent motor vehicle-related injuries and deaths.
- New Exhibits at the David J. Sencer CDC Museum9/26/2019 9:03:00 AMVisit the David J. Spencer CDC Museum to see two new exhibits-"Changing Winds: Public Health and Indian Country" and "Roots of Wisdom: Native Knowledge. Shared Science." The "Changing Winds" exhibit shows how tribal nations are meeting modern challenges for good health and wellness while using traditional knowledge and practices for public health.
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