Center for Public Health Preparedness (CPHP)

Welcome to the UAlbany Center for Public Health Preparedness web site. Please take a look at the upcoming events listed below. Our website is currently under construction so please come back often to view the new changes. You can access our eLearning Center through the tab below.

Please refer to the list below for recent and upcoming events.

Culturally Competent Emergency Preparedness for the Developmentally Disabled Webinar

September 23, 2014 1:00-2:00 pm

This webinar is hosted by the NYS Office of People with Developmental Disabilities, Office of Diversity Management.

Presenters: Richard Bell, OPWDD Emergency Management Coordinator and Blanca Angelica Gonzalez-Parker, RN, MPH, GC-PHSP, Consultant, University at Albany Center for Public Health Preparedness

The presenters will offer information on what to put in a residential facility’s emergency plan, and will outline nuances that are important, as well as how to provide culturally competent emergency preparedness for people with developmental disabilities and their families. Richard Bell is OPWDD’s Emergency Management Coordinator, and Blanca Angelica Gonzalez-Parker is a former EMT with significant expertise in cultural competency, public health preparedness, minority health issues, and training.

For more information, please click on the link or contact us at cphp@albany.edu

Karen Refugee Community Emergency Preparedness Project

The University at Albany Center for Public Health Preparedness partnered with the Refugee Community Health Partnership, the Albany County Department of Health, the Albany Sherriff's Office of Emergency Management and Karen leaders to increase the level of Emergency Preparedness of the Karen, the largest refugee community in the Albany area.  On Saturday, August 9th Karen community leaders attended an Emergency Preparedness Training, with interpretation provided by the Multicultural Association of Medical Interpreters (MAMI).

 

UAlbany School of Public Health Closed POD Drill

November 18, 2013 8:00-11:00am

Anthrax Scenario

POD Nov 2013

NYS Preventive Medicine Residents collaborated with the Rensselaer County Department of Health, the Albany College of Pharmacy, the UAlbany Center for Public Health Preparedness, and first year MPH students in Prof. Insaf's seminar class to conduct a Closed POD drill at the East Campus.

Webinar Training

Wednesday, June 26th 10:00-11:30 am

Culturally Competent Brainstorm: Incorporating Traditional Latino Core Cultural Constructs into Public Health Messaging and Planning

  

Table Top Exercise

Tuesday, June 25th 10:00am-3:00pm

Sullivan County Public Health Services

Special Needs Populations Table Top Exercise

 

Face to Face Training

May 8-9, 2013
Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication Training

 

 Training Available

Active Shooter Training for Local Public Health Staff and Medical Reserve Corps Volunteers

NY.NJ PERLC Web-based Training Coordinator, Kristin Murphy, participated in an Emergency Preparedness video conference through the Early Childhood Education and Training Program. Watch the archived broadcast to find out more about emergency preparedness for child care centers. 

UAlbany CPHP and NJ CPHP partner to create NY-NJ Preparedness and Emergency Response Learning Center (PERLC)

 The NY-NJ PERLC is one of 14 funded training centers throughout the nation which seek to improve the knowledge and skills of public health workers for disasters and emergency situations.  The NY-NJ PERLC is a partnership of the prior University at Albany Center for Public Health Preparedness (CPHP) and New Jersey CPHP, combining years of experience in the endeavor to improve public health preparedness through training, exercises and other support to local and state health departments and their community partners.

For more information on the PERLC program, visit ASPH.

Please visit our eLearning Center for all of our online training courses in public health preparedness. 


These projects are supported under a cooperative agreement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Grant number 5U90TP000404-03. The contents of this program do not necessarily represent the official views of the CDC.