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CDC CE Opportunities

June 25, 2024 11:20 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

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June 2024 Newsletter

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Diagnose and Treat Lyme Disease

CDC estimates that about 500,000 people are diagnosed and treated for Lyme disease in the United States each year. Learn how to recognize, diagnose, and treat Lyme disease. Earn free CE.

Take Lyme Disease Training

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Emergency Preparedness for CHWs

Emergency preparedness saves lives. Discover how community health workers (CHWs) can prepare for emergencies by understanding the needs of people at higher risk during a disaster, collaborating with others, and creating a disaster communication plan.

Take Emergency Preparedness Training

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Safety in Healthcare Settings

Healthcare workers are at an increased risk of workplace hazards. Learn how to identify workplace hazards, prevent workplace injury and illness, and describe an effective safety culture. Earn free CE. 

Take Safety Culture Training

Additional Trainings & Resources

  • Applied Epidemiology Competencies (AECs) toolkit. The toolkit provides resources for health department supervisors and individuals to assess applied epidemiology knowledge, skills and abilities across the AEC domains or competency areas. It can also be used to identify areas of professional development; inform performance reviews and training plans; and ultimately aid in recruitment, retention, and career growth. 
  • Bird Flu Materials. CDC’s avian influenza A(H5N1) (bird flu) materials are available to assist partners in communicating about the ongoing, multistate outbreak. This digital toolkit includes precautions for people with occupational or recreational exposure to infected or possibly infected animals (poultry, dairy cows, and other animals in the United States), and what to do if you develop symptoms. Use the toolkit for sample social media, print materials, and web assets.
  • Healthcare Access for People with Disabilities. Learn about health and healthcare disparities associated with disabilities, the health needs of people with disabilities, and how to accommodate them with this training. Earn free CE. 

Notes: Activities that offer continuing education (CE) from CDC are moving from TCEO to CDC TRAIN throughout 2024. If you do not already have a CDC TRAIN account, please create one. You will be able to access your previous CE records in TCEO through the end of 2025.

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