The application period for the 2023 cohort is now closed.
Fellows work with mentors to develop an online learning product by the end of the 6-month program. Below are examples of e-learning quick-learns completed by ELI fellows. Find more examples by searching with keyword “ELI” on CDC TRAIN.
Using the Radical Healing Framework to Address Identity-Based Wounds in Adolescent Black Males
This course is a primer on using the radical healing framework to address racial trauma that shapes identity-based wounds in adolescent Black males ages 10 to 24. Through an anti-oppression and social justice lens, therapists and social workers will learn to apply the framework as a complimentary healing-centered approach to open pathways for adolescent Black males to have a solid sense of meaning, self-perception, healing, and purpose.
Occupational Stress in Public Health Leadership
This course will briefly review the role of protective factors in reducing job-related stress development for public health professionals in a leadership capacity. The course shares discoveries from the 2021 Children Medical Services’ Job-related stress workforce survey and concludes with a sample set of opportunities the intended audience can implement now to deter or reduce occupational stress, as well as resources for more information.
Stigma and Substance Use Disorder
This twenty minute, introductory-level course will discuss the impact that stigma can have on those struggling with substance use disorders.
Naloxone for Opioid Overdose 101
This training is intended for the public, first responders, and public safety officers to identify what opioids are and how they work, the signs of an opioid overdose, what naloxone is and how it works, when and how to use naloxone and Utah laws related to naloxone.