Public Health and the Law An Emergency Preparedness Training Kit

Hodge, J.G., Arias, J.L., Brown, E.F. (2013). Public Health and the Law: An Emergency Preparedness Training Kit. National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO).
This is a customizable training kit to help local jurisdictions prepare their public health staff and legal counsels to better understand the legal environment in which they must plan for, respond to, and recover from emergencies. The kit consists of a PowerPoint presentation; an Instruction Manual; component summaries updated in 2012; and a sample packet of modifications made by Florida State University in September 2013. There is also a 53-minute video to guide users of the training kit.
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