Grants and Contracts Details
The support and services to be provided by Dr. Winter to LFCHD typically encompass epidemiology and/or administrative duties, under the direction of the LFCHD Commissioner of Health, including, but not limited, to the following: a. Scientific advice and subject matter expertise for LFCHD''s epidemiology team and stakeholders; b. Epidemiological guidance based on best or promising practices, to assist in outbreak control and public health recommendations; c. Case investigations, identification of close contacts, issuance of isolation and quarantine orders provided by LFCHD, release of cases from isolation, and contact tracing; d. Guidance to cases, businesses and facilities concerning best practices for limiting spread of COVID-19, before and after staff or residents test positive; e. Assistance with educating the public about the COVID-19 pandemic and how to reduce transmission and slow the spread of the virus; f. Integration into LFCHD''s Incident Command Structure as a subject matter expert; g. Assistance with organization of work flow during the pandemic, including, but not limited to, development and evolution of database management system capabilities; h. Assistance with reporting and monitoring mechanisms; i. Assistance in identifying and tracking COVID-19 cases who have recovered and who are willing to donate plasma; j. Assistance and advice in assessing and determining seroimmunity to COVID-19 in individuals and populations.
|Effective start/end date||4/27/20 → 5/9/21|
- Lexington Fayette County Health Department: $140,284.00
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