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Michigan Public Health Institute Bio-terrorism/Emergency Preparedness Activities (& How We Got There). Greg Cline, Ph.D. Senior Program Director. Completed Tasks FY2002 & FY 2003. Drafted Focus Area G (Education & Training) for initial CDC Cooperative Agreement.

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Michigan Public Health Institute

Bio-terrorism/Emergency Preparedness Activities

(& How We Got There)

Greg Cline, Ph.D.

Senior Program Director

completed tasks fy2002 fy 2003

Completed Tasks FY2002 & FY 2003

  • Drafted Focus Area G (Education & Training) for initial CDC Cooperative Agreement.
  • Drafted position descriptions and hired eight (8) National Pharmaceutical Stockpile Planners for the Michigan Department of Community Health.
  • Assessed Michigan\'s local public health departments\' capacity to respond to Bioterrorism and other public health emergencies.
  • Developed and fielded a secure Internet-based application linked to a database of questionnaire responses.
in progress tasks

In Progress Tasks

Developing composite indicators to be included in an “Emergency Preparedness Dashboard” for quick assessment.

Refining the Internet-based preparedness assessment tool for use in subsequent years.

Formation of the Center for Community Preparedness (CCEP) at MPHI, to be funded in part from a federal appropriation.

Membership on Focus Area B Writing Committee.

proposed tasks

Proposed Tasks

Federal appropriation request to support community integration in preparedness planning, training and exercises.

NIJ Proposal Response to assess 6 exemplar local public health departments responses to emergency preparedness.

how we got there

How We Got There

Established a “national defense” mindset.

Established credibility.

Offered maximum flexibility as possible.

Delivered solid products. (Be late and “right,” rather than on time and “wrong.”)

Offered unsolicited input and proposals.

Leveraged across all possible venues, local, state and federal, as well as foundation, which demonstrated further value.

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