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9:00AM - 1:00PM
Outbreak Response Training
November 22 | 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM | CU AMC, Health Sciences Library, HS Reading Room
Presented by Elaine Scallan, PhD (ColoradoSPH) and Ingrid Hewitson, MPH (CDPHE)
This intensive half-day course will train students in interview techniques used in foodborne disease outbreak investigations. Students who complete the course will be added to a “Rapid Responder” list and could be invited to assist in outbreak investigations coordinated by the CDPHE and possibly other local public health agencies. ColoradoSPH AMC students in the beginning or middle of their program are encouraged to attend. An additional training for CSU students will be offered in spring 2020.
This course is hosted by the Colorado Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence.
Provide practical training to participants on oral questionnaire administration and interview skills to be applied during foodborne illness outbreak investigations.
After completing this course, participants will be able to:
• Explain how foodborne disease outbreaks are detected.
• Illustrate the basics of cohort and case control study designs and how they impact the interview.
• Describe the importance of gathering quality data during a foodborne illness investigation interview.
• Explain how to follow a questionnaire during a foodborne illness investigation interview.
• Keep challenging interviewees on track to facilitate timely completion of interviews and quality data collection.
o register for this training.
t-come, first-serve basis.