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    Zika

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    Influenza

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    Emergency Management

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About

The City of St. Louis Department of Public Health, in partnership with the Heartland Center for Public Health and Community Capacity Development, received support during 2015-2016 from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services and from the National Association of County and City Health Officials to assess regional clinical care facilities’ Ebola and emerging highly infectious disease preparedness, gaps, and interest in further professional development and collaboration with local health departments. This Ebola and Emerging Highly Infectious Disease (EEHID) E-learning portal has been developed to provide not only Public Health Professionals, but also, Clinical Practice Partners access to workforce education, training, and resources to enhance professional development and knowledge in emerging infectious diseases.

Mission statement

Ensuring a prepared workforce with the development of a web-based curriculum portal dedicated to emerging infectious diseases through which education, training, and resources will be available for local public health and clinical health care staff.

SPECIFICATIONS

Links to other websites are provided as a convenience to our users. Whenever you click on an external link, a pop-up window will be displayed to indicate you are leaving the EEHID website. Click the button on this pop-up if you choose to continue to the external link.

The EEHID website and most sites you view will be visible on every devise. If a website does not show up correctly on the devise you are using, contact the help desk for that site. Some courses or resources include flash which may require you viewing those sites on a desktop or laptop.

Some courses and resources are best viewed using a high-speed internet connection but can be viewed on any browser.

Although most computers have the flash player installed, click this link (Flash Player) to install the flash player if your computer does not have it installed.

It would be Speakers or headphones are needed to hear audio.

Most courses have a test at the end of every course. Completing the test with a minimum of 70% will mark the course complete in your transcript. In the Heartland LMS, you will be required to self-complete all external courses so they show up in your transcript.

Contact Us

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Send us a note:


Address:

1520 Market St #4050, St
St. Louis, MO 63103

Phone:

p: 314-612-5100

Email:

lmshelp@slu.edu

Technical Assistance:

For technical assistance regarding this course, please contact the LMS Coordinator at lmshelp@slu.edu.

For questions regarding the material contained in this course, course completion information, and face-to-face trainings please contact:
The Heartland Centers Administrative Office at 314-977-8162.