Throughout September, ASPPH and our members join CDC and other national organizations and state, local, and tribal health departments, to strengthen preparedness capabilities. This week, ASPPH is highlighting the Translation, Dissemination and Implementation of Public Health Preparedness and Response Research project supported under a cooperative agreement with CDC, CDC’s Collaboration with Academia to Strengthen Public Health Workforce Capacity, funded by the CDC, Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response. The goal of the overall project is to accelerate the implementation and use of public health emergency preparedness and response tools and resources by workers in state, local, tribal, and/or territorial public health departments. ASPPH provided funding to nine grantees to implement projects aimed at facilitating the translation, dissemination, and implementation of public health emergency preparedness and response outcomes and promising practices into the field.
Below ASPPH is highlighting four of the projects: