The Training Practice Area aims to develop and deliver high-quality, practical training materials for our peers. We work with our clients to determine the exact topic, competency level and format of training to meet their needs.
WHO WE ARE...
Our trainers have experience spanning the public health informatics space, from terminology, laboratory and epidemiology to project management and information technology. We are trained and experienced in instructional design and adult learning principles. We have worked at state and local levels of government, and with national public health organizations, such as the Council for State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE), the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Having worked in these areas, we are acutely aware of and ready to respond to your training needs.
What we do:
Training Development & Delivery
Perform needs assessment to understand client training gaps
Understand and apply adult learning theories and models
Develop high-quality trainings using appropriate media tools
HL7 V2 introduction video and e-learning course
Reportable Conditions Knowledge Management System (RCKMS) user guide and training development
Electronic case reporting (eCR) training for public health agencies
CDC Laboratory Leadership Service (LLS) annual “Intro to Informatics” training for incoming fellows