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Master’s Preparedness & Response Model

Master’s Preparedness & Response Model

The Master’s Preparedness and Response model was designed prior to CEPH’s 2016 accreditation criteria for use by graduate level programs to enhance students’ knowledge, skills and attitudes in the field of public health preparedness and response. It is anticipated that both faculty and students in public health preparedness and response programs may still find value in this competency model as candidate competencies for MPH concentrations in public health preparedness and response.

Target Audience

Public health students pursuing a master’s level specialization or graduate certificate in emergency preparedness and response

Project Tenets

The competency model is built around eight overarching tenets. The model is meant to:

Competencies

Full Educational Model and Report

Master's Level Preparedness & Response Model (351 KB)