Specs: 2 trainings, 3.5 days each, with 6 plenaries (max) plus breakouts/small group exercises for 3 separate training tracks
· Training 1: November 2019 to February 2020
· Training 2: March 2020 to June 2020
Trainings might be held in Atlanta, GA, and/or some other city. PFS will make and pay for travel and lodging, including a per diem.
Master's in Public Health or other similar degree preferred.
CDC Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) was created, with primary responsibility to develop programs and policies to prevent childhood lead poisoning and to educate healthcare providers and the general public about childhood lead poisoning prevention. The education and training provided will enhance the ability of new staff to deliver essential, quality CLPPP management and services to their state and local jurisdictions. CLPPPs include blood lead surveillance, medical and environmental case management, and primary prevention activities. Additionally, this training will enhance the ability of state and local program managers to make good decisions that are data-driven and make the best use of scarce resources.
Participants: New hires from state and local health departments, housing agencies, or related governmental organizations. Specialties within participant group could include nursing and environmental health specialists.
Each plenary session: at least 1 to 1.5 hours in length. Plenary session topics shall include, but not be limited to, subjects such as:
· Overview and History of Lead Poisoning Prevention
· Lead Poisoning Health Effects
· Medical Management – Screening and Case Management Overview
· Environmental Management
· Primary Prevention and Strategic Partnerships for Elimination
· Health Education and Outreach
· Surveillance and Program Evaluation
Three (3) training tracks (TBD) - consist of two 1-hour sessions on each of the three full days. Each 1-hour session shall be followed by a small group exercise. Approximately 25 participants per track—maximum of 75 participants total.