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HPP Weekly Update - March 19, 2018

Tuesday, March 20, 2018   (0 Comments)
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Week of March 19, 2018

Upcoming Important Dates

· March 21: HPP-PHEP Recipient Monthly Conference Call

· March 23: Registration deadline for March 27–28 Emerging Infectious Disease Preparedness Workshops

· April 9: Deadline for submission of HPP-PHEP BP1 Supplement Application and BP1 Supplement Budget and Work Plan

· April 16: HPP-PHEP Recipient Meeting at 2018 NACCHO Preparedness Summit

· April 1720: NACCHO 2018 Preparedness Summit

This Week’s Updates

 

Here’s what you need to know:

Grants Management

· HPP-PHEP Recipient Conference Call, March 21

Trainings and Webinars

· Date Correction: CDC to Host Webinar on Regulatory Considerations for Strategic National Stockpile Products on March 20

· PERFORMS Team Hosts Additional BP1 Supplement Application Module Training on March 20

· Emerging Infectious Disease Preparedness Workshop, March 2018

Other News and Resources

· CDC Online Resources

ASPR TRACIE

· ASPR TRACIE Technical Assistance Spotlights: Storage Water Tanks and Tribal Health Resources

· New Resource Available: Health Care Coalition Overview and Fiscal Models Fact Sheets

Around ASPR

· ASPR Blog — Lessons from Fukushima: New guide provides answers to save lives and improve emergency medical response

 

Grants Management

HPP-PHEP Recipient Conference Call, March 21

The March HPP-PHEP recipient conference call will be held from 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET on Wednesday, March 21. Participant information is provided below.

· Bridge Line: (888) 877-0356

· Participant Code: 3358383

 

Trainings and Webinars

Date Correction: CDC to Host Webinar on Regulatory Considerations for Strategic National Stockpile Products on March 20

CDC’s Division of Strategic National Stockpile will host a webinar for public health partners from 1:30 – 2:30 PM ET on Tuesday, March 20, to discuss threat-specific medical countermeasures and their anticipated regulatory mechanisms for the use of Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) medicines and supplies. The webinar is open to all federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial public health and emergency response partners.

 

Interested participants may register for this webinar via CDC TRAIN here and may gain access to a CDC TRAIN account by visiting http://cdc.train.org. To search and register for this webinar, enter the entire webinar title, “Crisis and Emergency Risk Communications in a Strategic National Stockpile Response,” or the course ID number: 1076024. Questions regarding the webinar or about TRAIN registration should be directed to snsquestions@cdc.gov.

 

 

PERFORMS Team Hosts Additional BP1 Supplement Application Module Training on March 20

The PERFORMS Team will present a refresher training session on the Budget Period (BP) 1 Supplement application module at 2:00 PM ET on Tuesday, March 20.Call-in information for this training is provided below.

· Conference Phone Number: 8667245153

· Participant Code: 75708931

Join the meeting here.

 

Emerging Infectious Disease Preparedness Workshop, March 2018

The National Ebola Training and Education Center (NETEC) will host its second Emerging Infectious Disease Preparedness Workshops this spring in Omaha, Nebraska, from Tuesday, March 27 – Wednesday, March 28, 2018. This event will provide health care providers and public health professionals with information and tools on managing and maintaining readiness for facilities that are responsible for assessing and treating patients with special pathogens.

Interested participants may register here for the March 27–28 workshop in Omaha, NE; registration closes on Friday, March 23, 2018, at 10:59 PM CT.

This workshop is limited to 120 participants. See this flyer for additional information about the workshop. For more information about NETEC, contact info@netec.org or visit NETEC’s website.

Other News and Resources

CDC Online Resources

Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report — Update: Noncongenital Zika Virus Disease Cases — 50 U.S. States and the District of Columbia, 2016, March 9, 2018

ASPR TRACIE

ASPR TRACIE Technical Assistance Spotlights: Storage Water Tanks and Tribal Health Resources

ASPR TRACIE receives on average over 100 requests for technical assistance (TA) per month. Some of the redacted responses are summarized here and can be found in the Information Exchange to benefit other stakeholders. In these weekly reports, ASPR TRACIE will periodically highlight TAs that may be of particular interest to many stakeholders.

The ASPR TRACIE team worked with its Subject Matter Expert (SME) Cadre members to providethis redacted responseto a request for resources and recommendations on back-up water storage tanks for hospitals. This response includes input on hospital storage tanks and links to related resources on bulk water supplies and storage tanks.

A request was received by the ASPR TRACIE Assistance Center for examples and resources related to emergency management and preparedness programs for Indian Country. See the response with tribal emergency preparedness plans, resources that highlight unmet state needs specific to Indian Country, and other related resources and best practices.

 

 

New Resource Available: Health Care Coalition Overview and Fiscal Models Fact Sheets

The ASPR TRACIE HCC Overview Fact Sheet includes an overview of core capabilities and response functions. Links to helpful resources are included throughout the document. The HCC Fiscal Models Fact Sheet lists and summarizes various types of fiscal models health care coalitions can use to manage their programs. Check out ASPR TRACIE’s Select Health Care Coalition Resources page for additional tools, templates, and HCC plans.

Around ASPR

ASPR Blog — Lessons from Fukushima: New guide provides answers to save lives and improve emergency medical response

Quick questions: A nuclear incident has occurred in your community and people are going to come to you for help. Do you know which medical issues you should focus on first? Or which steps need to be taken immediately after an incident to best protect the public? Or what resources might be available to help?

Read More

 

Note: ASPR provides the above sources of information for the convenience of the HPP community and is not responsible for the availability or content of the information or tools provided, nor does ASPR endorse, warrant or guarantee the products, services or information described or offered. It is the responsibility of the user to determine the usefulness and applicability of the information provided.


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