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OPHP TAC Structure. TAC. TAC member subcommittees Example: EMS, MI-TRAIN. Professional Committees (Jim Koval). Subject matter expert Workgroup I Example: Smallpox. Subject matter expert Workgroup II Example: SNS. Subject matter expert Workgroup III Example: Epi/Surveillance.

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OPHP TAC Structure

TAC

TAC member subcommittees

Example: EMS, MI-TRAIN

Professional Committees

(Jim Koval)

Subject matter expert

Workgroup I

Example: Smallpox

Subject matter expert

Workgroup II

Example: SNS

Subject matter expert

Workgroup III

Example: Epi/Surveillance

  • TAC members are local and state healthcare and public health professionals
  • TAC member subcommittees will address issues that involve more time than can be allotted in TAC meetings. Committee members will report back to TAC with their recommendations for TAC to vote on.
  • Professional committees, facilitated by Jim Koval, provide guidance on training standards for various groups of professionals and report findings to TAC and subject matter workgroups
  • Subject Matter expert workgroups are comprised of professionals from various backgrounds, including healthcare and public health. These experts are recruited by TAC members and will use TAC training framework and Professional Committee advise to sift through existing courses offered in a particular subject area, categorize these courses according to framework (Awareness, Technical and Skilled), and report findings to TAC with recommendations for trainings that still need to be developed. Three examples of SME workgroups are: Smallpox, SNS, and Epidemiology/surveillance