Upcoming Events & Training
Below is a list of upcoming events and educational materials related to communicable disease control and prevention.
Nothing scheduled at this time.
Stop the GERMS - WASH your hands!
New laminated poster, stock #8
Principles of Epidemiology - Jefferson City
The purpose of the Principles of Epidemiology course is to prepare public health professionals to conduct communicable disease surveillance and epidemiologic investigations. This course is open to employees of the local public health agencies and the Department of Health and Senior Services. The training is made up of two parts. The first portion is available online and includes eight modules. Each module will have a quiz, with a required passing score of 80%. You can access the online portion of the course at the following link: http://health.mo.gov/training/epi/Instructions.html. Following completion of the online training, there will be two and a half days of classroom exercises in Jefferson City. The first day will be an optional half-day review of the on line modules. There is no registration fee. Participants will be responsible for hotel accommodations, meals and travel expenses. If you would like to attend, please complete the registration form. If you have questions, please call 573-751-6268. The two day class is scheduled for May 17 & 18 and September 7 & 8.
Principles of Epidemiology in Public Health Practice - Third Edition
Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) SELF-STUDY Course SS1000
Continuing Education Credit
To receive continuing education credit for completing the self-study course, go to the CDC/ATSDR Training and Continuing Education Online at http://www2a.cdc.gov/TCEOnline/registration/detailpage.asp?res_id=2965 and register as a participant. (For individuals interested in obtaining RACE credit please contact the CDC Continuing Education office for details, 1-800-41TRAIN or email@example.com.) You will need to register for the course (SS1000) and complete the course evaluation and exam online. You will have to answer at least 70% of the exam questions correctly to receive credit and to be awarded CDC’s certificate of successful completion. For more information about continuing education credits, please call 1-800-41TRAIN (1-800-418-7246).
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