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Public Health Ready: An Overview. NACCHO. Membership organization Strategic focus Program work supported via membership dues, grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements. NACCHO. LPHAs are diverse Current challenges require “dual-use” solutions

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naccho
NACCHO
  • Membership organization
  • Strategic focus
  • Program work supported via membership dues, grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements.
naccho1
NACCHO
  • LPHAs are diverse
  • Current challenges require “dual-use” solutions
  • Current challenges require a collaborative or systems approach
public health ready
Public Health Ready
  • Collaborative activity
  • Broad vision focused on developing individual competency and LPHA capacity
  • Mission:To prepare staff of local governmental public health agencies to respond and protect the public's health through a competency-based training and certification program.
project values
Project Values
  • Public Health Ready will complement, not duplicate, existing programs for professional development.
  • Work collaboratively keeping needs of LPHAs foremost in mind.
  • Certification process will be readily accessible and affordable to LPHA workforce.
  • Certification shall add value to the day to day practice of LPHAs.
  • Competencies shall reflect knowledge, skills, and abilities that are useful in “real-world” public health practice.
project values1
Project Values
  • An advisory committee of leaders and practitioners from local governmental public health will direct the certification process.
  • The certification process will be regularly evaluated to assure benefits and avoid negative consequences.
  • Public Health Ready shall be sought after by LPHAs as evidenced by its success in the marketplace (the demand for its programs by the workforce)
  • Training and certification will be implemented over time to allow for continuous quality improvement
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Competency Based

Training

Preparedness &

Response

Planning

Demonstration/

Scenarios

LPHA Certification

“Public Health Ready”

training
Training
  • Competency-based
  • Developing training program with partners
  • First steps
    • Web-based awareness course
    • In-person ICS course
preparedness planning
Preparedness Planning
  • Project requires LPHA to have a plan
  • Train to functional roles in LPHA plan
  • First steps
    • Define functional roles in LPHA plan
    • NACCHO developing template plan for LPHAs
demonstration scenarios
Demonstration/Scenarios
  • Demonstration of competency through scenario/exercise
  • Merges competencies with LPHA plan
  • First steps
    • Designing scenario evaluation protocol
certification
Certification
  • LPHA reported need to show progress; certification is one way to do this
  • Certification adds value to activities that may be undertaken anyway
  • Agency can demonstrate national level acknowledgement/attainment of a standard
pilot process
Pilot Process
  • Select ten LPHA pilots by Nov. 1, 2002
  • “Representative” group of LPHAs (population size, region, state system)
  • Implement trainings and planning process, provide feedback
issues
Issues
  • Taking competencies and developing trainings nationwide is a large undertaking
  • Many training programs out there, lots of workforce activity (local planning, state programs, national programs, academic centers)
  • Certification process is simultaneously breaking new ground and raising old issues
  • Work is progressing, but the program is still a “work in progress”
additional information
Additional Information

www.naccho.org/project83.cfm

www.nursing.hs.columbia.edu/institute-centers/chphsr/phready.html

www.phppo.cdc.gov/owpp