Expanding Efforts and Strategies to Improve Rapid Response to Public Health Emergencies Globally

Project Status:

Ongoing Projects

Lead Faculty:

P. Spiegel; C. Robinson; L. Sauer; J. Freeman; S. Lewis; N. Hellman; M. Ververs; A. Labrique; C. Catelett; W. Wiess

Johns Hopkins University will work with a wide range of international, regional, national and local partners across multiple disciplines to prepare for and rapidly respond to PHEICs in an agile, context-appropriate, scalable and sustainable manner. In alignment with the GHSA and International Health Regulations (IHR), we will focus on
• training and building the capacity of CDC-chosen partners using operational training modules based on capacity-building needs assessments;
• deploying rapid response support teams (RRSTs) that will conduct just-in-time training, develop information management strategies, and provide technical guidance, support and monitoring of compliance; and
• applying a Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) approach to evaluate trainings (all-hazards ad hazard-specific ) and rapid response support


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