In this module, you will be guided through interactive public health scenarios where you will be asked to make decisions based on the information presented, your experiences, and your personal knowledge. You will be placed in three different management roles in a post-disaster recovery scenario and experience a series of briefings and re-enactments which will assist you in the management of volunteers, both internal and external, who have been deployed to assist in your jurisdiction's recovery efforts.

In this module, you will be guided through interactive public health scenarios where you will be asked to make decisions based on the information presented, your experiences, and your personal knowledge. You will evaluate your agency's response to a community that has been affected by 2 days of massive flooding. As the Public Health Emergency Preparedness Coordinator you have been tasked with implementing the corrective actions identified in the After-Action Report. Those actions include improved communications, identifying people who may require extra help during evacuation, and identifying and training volunteers.

In this module, you will be guided through interactive public health scenarios where you will be asked to make decisions based on the information presented, your experiences, and your personal knowledge. An outbreak has been confirmed in your area as a novel strain of influenza. Your agency has been tasked with providing initial, and updated, information on who, where, and when people should go to receive the appropriate prophylaxis. You will need to convey this information using various communication modalities including social media.  

The Epidemiology Series is a four-part comprehensive epidemiology program delivered in a blended instruction format, including online coursework and workshops. Components of the Epidemiology Series include: Epidemiology for Preparedness, Outbreak Epidemiology, Epidemiology for Arizona Health Departments and Public Health Data Management and Analysis.