WELCOME TO
ASPR TRACIE


Brought to you by HHS ASPR, the Technical Resources, Assistance Center, and Information Exchange (TRACIE) was created to meet the information and technical assistance needs of regional ASPR staff, healthcare coalitions, healthcare entities, healthcare providers, emergency managers, public health practitioners, and others working in disaster medicine, healthcare system preparedness, and public health emergency preparedness.

ASPR TRACIE DOMAINS

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Technical Resources (TR)

A self-service collection of disaster medical, healthcare, and public health preparedness materials, searchable by keywords and functional areas.

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A self-service collection of disaster medical, healthcare, and public health preparedness materials, searchable by keywords and functional areas.

Need resources? Find them by following any of these steps:

  1. Enter keywords in the search bar at the top of any ASPR TRACIE page; or
  2. Search for them from the Technical Resources page (and you'll receive results from DisasterLit®, too); or
  3. Review any of our Topic Collections that feature key resources under specific health and medical preparedness topics; or
  4. Explore ASPR TRACIE-developed resources for tools, fact sheets, webinars, and other helpful resources.
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Assistance Center (AC)

Provides access to Technical Assistance Specialists for one-on-one support.

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Provides access to Technical Assistance Specialists for one-on-one support.

Need support? Reach out to the Assistance Center, where you'll be connected to one of our technical assistance specialists for support with the website or to ask any preparedness-related question.

How to Request Technical Assistance:

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Information Exchange (IE)

A user-restricted, peer-to-peer discussion board that allows open discussion in near-real time.

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A user-restricted, peer-to-peer discussion board that allows open discussion in near-real time.

Access the Information Exchange to post a question online and get a response from a member of the ASPR TRACIE community. Please note that you must register to be granted access to the IE. The approval process takes approximately one business day.

By registering for a user name and password, in addition to receiving access to the IE, you can control your own ASPR TRACIE user experience. You will be able to save resources and searches, comment on and rate resources, and follow discussion threads in the IE.

These short tutorials highlight various functions on the ASPR TRACIE site.