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Office of Infectious Disease Services

2012 Infectious Disease Training & Exercise

WHEN: July 31 - August 2, 2012

This 3-day infectious disease training and exercise introduced participants to a variety of topics in infectious disease including: vaccine preventable diseases; nosocomial infections; tuberculosis and sexually transmitted diseases; vector-borne and zoonotic diseases; food-borne diseases; and information on outbreaks and investigations. Participants obtained the most current infectious disease information and have the opportunity to network with a variety of partners including state and local health, infection control practitioners, public and community health nurses, health educators, epidemiologists, sanitarians, correctional facility representatives, animal control agencies, preparedness coordinators, laboratorians, border health counterparts, and university faculty and students. Sessions were led by experts in the field of infectious disease with emphasis on current trends. Participants were encouraged to forge connections with partners and exchange information and knowledge of current infectious disease topics.

Agendas

Continuing Education

Continuing Education Units (CEU) credits are offered through Greater Valley Area Health Education Center (GVAHEC).

You MUST complete this online survey to get CEU credits from the GVAHEC.

Presentations

Note: Presentations provided in PDF files.

Partners

ADHS ASU

Greater Valley Area Health Education Center Fry's Food Stores ASU Health Services

If you would like to be a sponsor or a partner, please contact christine.wampler@azdhs.gov.