The HRH and NNPHI are launching a Project ECHO series on Individual and Workforce Resilience: Before, During, and After a Prolonged Hurricane Emergency. Utilizing video conference technology, the Project ECHO model provides public health professionals opportunities to hear from subject matter experts, participate in peer-to-peer learning, and share experiences from ground level hurricane response.
In this six-session ECHO series, participants can expect to address resilience by learning to facilitate individual and workforce strategies focused on managing stressors induced by prolonged hurricane emergencies.
Eligible participants must be working in Georgia, Florida, Puerto Rico, Louisiana, or Texas. The series will be offered in the fall of 2019 and spring of 2020. Certificates of completion will be available to participants who attend all six one-hour sessions, found below:
- Session 1: Introduction and Overview – Tuesday, October 15, 12:30-1:30pm ET
- Session 2: Individual Stressors – Tuesday October 22, 12:30-1:30pm ET
- Session 3: Professional/Workforce Stress in Response – Tuesday, October 29, 12:30-1:30pm ET
- Session 4: Organizational Stressors for the Workforce: Preparedness Interventions – Tuesday, November 5, 12:30-1:30pm ET
- Session 5: Organizational Stressors for the Workforce: Response Interventions – Tuesday, November 12, 12:30-1:30pm ET
- Session 6: Individual, Workforce, and Organizational Stressors: Demobilization and Recovery Interventions – Tuesday, November 19, 12:30-1:30pm ET
Space is limited.
Learn more about how NNPHI is using Project ECHO to deepen skill-building for the public health workforce here.